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The 9 Best Photos of This Morning's Sunrise Eclipse

Full disclosure: I slept through this morning’s solar eclipse, which is a real shame because watching the Sun rise over the horizon while being partially blotted out by the Moon is objectively one of the coolest things anyone is likely to see this year. I mean, I paid actual money to see Cruella, but I couldn’t get…Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Environment, Time, Solar Eclipse, Eclipse, Eclipses, Cruella, Lunar Eclipse, In Science, Technology Internet, Units Of Time, Solar Eclipse Of January 15, Solar Eclipse Of June 21


How to Watch Tomorrow's ‘Super Blood Moon’ Eclipse

On Wednesday, May 26, the Moon will move into Earth’s shadow, resulting in the first total lunar eclipse in nearly two and a half years. Here’s how to see it, regardless of where you live in the world.Read more...
Tags: Science, Time, Earth, Moon, Solar Eclipse, Eclipse, Eclipses, Lunar Eclipse, Diana Hannikainen, In Science, Contemporary history, Units Of Time, Lunar Observation, April 2014 Lunar Eclipse, Solar Eclipse Of July 22, Solar Eclipse Of March 29


Everything You Need to Know About the Sunrise Eclipse of June 2021

Skywatchers who get up early on Thursday, June 10 are in for a rare treat: On that morning, people in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada will see the Sun rise while in the midst of a deep partial eclipse. The event will be of special interest to photographers, who will have the chance to capture the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Time, Canada, United States, Solar Eclipse, Eclipses, Chris Cook, Jackie Faherty, Kelly Beatty, Contemporary history, Units Of Time, S Lcd, Solar Eclipse Of January 15, Wherever You Are, Dan Falk, Magnitude Of Eclipse


The South Faces Dangerous 'High Risk' Weather and Tornadoes

Wednesday marks the first of two extremely dangerous days of weather across the South. Ten states from Kentucky to Florida could see tornadoes, hail, damaging straight-line winds, and heavy rain as storms move through the region. The bullseye of high-impact weather will then shift to the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic on…Read more...
Tags: Weather, Florida, National Weather Service, Science, Kentucky, Environment, Meteorology, Tornadoes, Mid Atlantic, Carolinas, Kay Ivey, Meteorological Phenomena, Disaster Accident, South Ten, Particularly Dangerous Situation, Units Of Time