The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century is set to take place on July 27. Find out when and where to catch the historical eclipse coming soon.
The total lunar eclipse that's coming on Friday, July 27 will last for nearly two hours in the sky. Find out when and where you can get a glimpse of the once-in-a-century phenomenon.
Three cosmic events light up (or darken) the sky on the last day of the week.
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 brilliant “ring of fire” solar eclipse will grace the skies of the African continent this week.
While it isn't abnormal for either a total lunar eclipse or a supermoon to occur, it is rare for them to occur together. Sept. 27 will mark the first time in over thirty years that these planetary events will coincide. Get ready to howl.