NASA SDO observed a partial solar eclipse and provided astonishing images of the event, Later this month, the agency will also make an announcement about its mission to 'touch the sun'.
The U.S. will witness the great American eclipse on Aug. 21. This will be the first time it will happen since 1918.
Three cosmic events light up (or darken) the sky on the last day of the week.
A penumbral lunar eclipse and a full harvest moon will occur at the same time on Sept. 16 for the second year in a row.
A penumbral lunar eclipse will occur on Sept. 16. It will last for almost for hours and might be visible until the early morning of Sept. 17.
A NASA spacecraft captured a rare phenomenon when the Earth and the moon crossed in front of the Sun.
A brilliant “ring of fire” solar eclipse will grace the skies of the African continent this week.
The Great American total solar eclipse won't happen until August of 2017 but the entire nation is already preparing to witness the event.