Bonnie Tyler will be belting out her 1983 hit on a cruise ship on eclipse day, but here are some other sonic suggestions for the big event.
A total solar eclipse will be viewable from coast to coast for the first time in 99 years. Rooms are basically sold out, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out.
Get ready for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse with a gorgeous time-lapse video showing the 2012 eclipse in Australia.
When the sun goes dark for people in the path of totality, the stars will come out. It may also offer the rare opportunity to see a sungrazing comet with the naked eye.
Things get a little weird during an eclipse. Here are six things to look for.
Cassini will soon destroy itself in Saturn's atmosphere, but its dramatic death plunge is all for the good of science.
The pollen forecast will be included in search results.
A breakthrough in micromotors has scientists celebrating.
Most people will witness the August 21 eclipse for just a minute or two, if at all. But it is possible to see it for longer, if you can move fast enough.
From the inexpensive to the wallet-breaking, there are lots of ways to watch this year’s eclipse.
NASA's Cassini Probe begins maneuvers to study Saturn's atmosphere, coming within 1,000 miles of the gas giant's surface on a path toward the spacecraft's ultimate demise.
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