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The Supermoon and Other Moons That Are Super in Their Own Ways

The Supermoon and Other Moons That Are Super in Their Own Ways

The moon and the Chrysler Building in New York City early on Monday.
Trilobites: Lunar Eclipse and Green Comet Make for Busy Friday Night in the Sky

Trilobites: Lunar Eclipse and Green Comet Make for Busy Friday Night in the Sky

A penumbral lunar eclipse, similar to this one seen from Manila in February 2009, will occur Friday night.
Trilobites: ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Will Cross Southern Hemisphere on Sunday

Trilobites: ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Will Cross Southern Hemisphere on Sunday

An annular solar eclipse as seen in Utah in May 2012. A similar “ring of fire” eclipse will be visible in the southern hemisphere on Sunday.

‘Ring of Fire’ Eclipse Travels Across South America and Africa

Skywatchers in South America and Africa tweeted their experiences on Sunday, though some complained that overcast weather dampened their views.
Trilobites: Summer Solstice: A Great Moment to Ponder the Sun
A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

Preparing for the eclipse: clockwise from top left: Gary Williams, Randy Johnson, Bob Baer, Jeremy Clow, Cinnamon Smith, Jasmyn Taylor.
A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

Preparing for the eclipse: clockwise from top left: Gary Williams, Randy Johnson, Bob Baer, Jeremy Clow, Cinnamon Smith, Jasmyn Taylor.
Trending: Where and How to See the Total Eclipse This Summer in the U.S.

Trending: Where and How to See the Total Eclipse This Summer in the U.S.

A partial solar eclipse seen in Cambodia in March 2016. Next month, there will be a solar eclipse visible from the Oregon coast to South Carolina.

Trilobites: What a Total Solar Eclipse Looks Like From Space

A time lapse made from a Japanese weather satellite’s images shows the shadow the moon casts on the Earth when it blocks out the sun.
Trilobites: What a Total Solar Eclipse Looks Like From Space

Trilobites: What a Total Solar Eclipse Looks Like From Space

A time lapse made from a Japanese weather satellite’s images shows the shadow the moon casts on the Earth when it blocks out the sun.
Out There: The Eclipse That Revealed the Universe

Out There: The Eclipse That Revealed the Universe

A view of the 1919 solar eclipse, observed in Sobral, Brazil. Arthur Eddington set out to verify Einstein’s prediction that gravity could affect the course of starlight.
Trilobites: Partial Lunar Eclipse Will Shadow the Moon on Monday

Trilobites: Partial Lunar Eclipse Will Shadow the Moon on Monday

A partial lunar eclipse in Japan in 2011. Most of the eastern hemisphere will see a partial lunar eclipse on Monday night. (It will be Tuesday in East Asia and Australia.)
Eclipses Are Happening All the Time. You Just Need to Know Where to Look

Eclipses Are Happening All the Time. You Just Need to Know Where to Look

The Aug. 21 eclipse is just one of many happening all the time in the universe
Wickliffe Journal: In Total Eclipse’s Path, Hope and Uncertainty in Rural Kentucky

Wickliffe Journal: In Total Eclipse’s Path, Hope and Uncertainty in Rural Kentucky

Fort Jefferson Hill Park in Wickliffe, Ky., overlooking the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.

Eclipsing the Sun

On August 21, the moon will paint a swath of North America in darkness. The Great American Eclipse.

Tech Tip: Safely Snapping the Sun’s Disappearing Act

If you want to capture your own images of next week’s solar eclipse, be sure to protect your eyes and your camera first.
Out There: During an Eclipse, Darkness Falls and Wonder Rises

Out There: During an Eclipse, Darkness Falls and Wonder Rises

The reporter Dennis Overbye with his daughter, Mira, observing a solar eclipse in 2006.
An Eclipse Chaser’s Guide to Your First Eclipse

An Eclipse Chaser’s Guide to Your First Eclipse

Kate Russo has chased eclipses around the world. “There’s an element to it that’s addictive,” Ms. Russo said.