solar eclipse

Photographer shares how he captured the perfect picture of the solar eclipse at peak totality

Associated Press photographer Mat Otero shot the solar eclipse last week from the Fort Worth Zoo.

Here’s how much it will cost to travel to see total solar eclipses in Iceland, Spain, Egypt and Australia

If last week's eclipse left you wanting more, now's the time to start thinking about planning trips to Europe, Africa and Australia, which will all see total solar eclipses over...

What is TikTok's 'April theory' and does astrology support it?

As we march through the month of April, a viral TikTok theory is sweeping the socials. The viral TikTok April theory maintains that during the fourth month of the year,...

Eye injuries surge following solar eclipse: 'Damage can be irreversible'

"I had several patients come in panicking saying ‘I don't want to go blind,’" Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, a New York City-based double board-certified doctor said. "I couldn't believe it, people actually...

Astronauts' eerie view of the solar eclipse shown in insane video

Astronauts on the International Space Station had an eerie view during the total solar eclipse on Monday as the Moon's shadow raced across the planet's surface.

How to tell if you damaged your eyes looking at the solar eclipse

"You don't have nerve endings on the back of your eyeball, so you could be experiencing a burn and not know it," said Michelle Nichols, director of public observing at...

Solar eclipse 2024 is over — here's what to do with the special viewing glasses you don't need anymore

Bonnie Tyler was wrong — you don't need them now tonight.

Crazed woman shoots random drivers on Florida interstate because 'God' told her to via the solar eclipse

Taylon Nichelle Celestine, 22, told staffers at her motel that she was directed by "God" to go on a shooting spree in relation to the solar eclipse, Florida Highway Patrol...

North America comes together to watch the solar eclipse: photos

The eclipse stretched from Mexico's Pacific coast, all the way to the territory of Newfoundland in Canada, passing through 15 US states in the process.

Timelapse: Relive the 2024 total solar eclipse

Experience the path of totality for the historic 2024 solar eclipse in this stunning time-lapse video captured on April 8. Stargazers will have to wait until Aug. 12, 2026 for...

Brooklyn cemetery hosts eerie, solar eclipse viewing party: 'I feel like we were guided to come here'

Hundreds gathered at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery on Monday for a solar eclipse viewing party as they watched the sun disappear from the sky above while the dead slumbered below.

Solar eclipse 2024 wasn't the end of drama: The biggest astrological event comes this weekend

Eclipse drama is just the beginning. April 20 brings a rare conjunction that promises chaos, change, freedom and upheaval.

Masters provides solar eclipse glasses to fans, golfers Monday: 'I will be keeping these'

“Those will be some collectables that will be in my office forever."

Yankees cancel batting practice during solar eclipse as players watch phenomenon

The Yankees cancelled on-field batting practice during the solar eclipse at Yankee Stadium on Monday.

When is the next total solar eclipse?

After the action and the emotional wreckage of the April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse, when will the United States witness this wonder again? Read on to learn more.

These solar eclipse glasses have been recalled for 'potentially failing to meet safety standards'

If you purchased solar eclipse glasses on Amazon or in the state of Illinois, you might want to check them.

What time to watch the solar eclipse 2024 on Long Island

While downstate New Yorkers won't be fortunate enough witness to a total solar eclipse this afternoon, the eclipse should be visible in Nassau and Suffolk counties in about 90% totality just...

Watch live as the solar eclipse begins path across the US

Follow along as the solar eclipse journeys across the US, momentarily blocking the face of the sun for over 180 million people living along its path.

How staring at 2017 eclipse for just 10 seconds left me with 'irreversible eye damage'

Bridget Kyeremateng, 29, of Brooklyn said she looked up at the spectacle without any eye protection, thinking "a couple of seconds wouldn't do anything."