Starting today and all through August, Earthlings will enjoy planetary posturing that includes a Mars opposition, a rare blood moon and the fantastic annual Perseid meteor shower.
It was a year in tech that some people probably want to forget. From the Equifax hack to the 10th anniversary iPhone to net neutrality, CNET editors take a look back at the best and worst that 2017 had to offer.
Almost twice as many American adults watched the solar eclipse as viewed the Super Bowl, a University of Michigan study shows.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a winner of a solar eclipse photo from its long-distant location near the moon.
More than 34,000 images of the eclipse taken by amateur scientists across the US have been assembled into a continuous view of the event.
Spotify released an animation showing how plays of the song spiked 3,521 percent during the eclipse.
If you missed this year's total solar eclipse, don't worry. You'll get another chance in 2024. But you better start planning now.
The 2017 eclipse tested the photography skills of CNET's Stephen Shankland. Here's a look at how he shot the astronomical event and the photos he got.
Commentary: I worked hard to make the most of two minutes of panicky astrophotography in rural Idaho. Here's what I did -- and what I learned.
A revolutionary device called Graphiti displays tactile images in near real time.
If they aren't headed for the scrapbook, reuse your glasses with these tips.
While they're rare in any one place, total solar eclipses happen around the world every few years. Here are the next 10 happening here on Planet Earth.
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