The March 9th total solar eclipse looked stunning at the time. But now a team of researchers has put together an even more impressive image of the solar corona, that makes the event look like something from Lord of the Rings. See more >>
Alaska Airlines changed a flight plan Tuesday just so passengers could see the only solar eclipse of 2016. It's stunning viewing (and we love the passengers start shouting when it all goes off!). See more >>
Around 12 hours ago the rare astronomical event that is the total solar eclipse was witnessed in Indonesia, while other parts of Asia experienced a partial eclipse. Because you probably missed it, here’s a quick photo roundup so you can start the day in awe. See more >>
Here’s a late contender for what may be the most evocative photo yet of March's total solar eclipse: a glowing black dot over a barren snowscape, as captured by astronomers observing the sun’s magnetic field on Norway's Svalbard islands. Read more >>
Scottish stunt mountain-biker Danny MacAskill used last week's solar eclipse to capture this excellent image, in which we see him performing a dangerous 1,000-feet-up jump high above the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides. Read more >
Photographer Thierry Legault shot what may be the coolest view yet of yesterday's solar eclipse: the International Space Station's weird little silhouette flying across a thin sliver of visible sun. Read More >>
In case you have been hiding under a rock, tomorrow will see a partial solar eclipse viewable across the UK in the AM. So don't look back into the sun, get your pinhole camera ready, and here's all the details on how to watch.