WATCH LIVE NOW: Partial Solar Eclipse Webcast by Slooh
Photographer Safety Solar Eclipse
October 23rd, 2014
Slooh will host a live webcast of the partial solar eclipse on Thursday, Oct. 23. Watch it live here.
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Orionid Meteor Shower Is Peaking Now: How to See It
Orionid Meteor Streaks Over Norway 2013
October 20th, 2014
If you step outside before dawn during the next week or so, you might be able to see bright meteors streaking through the sky.
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Partial Solar Eclipse Occurs Today: Watch It Live
Partial Solar Eclipse Seen in Brisbane, Australia, April 29, 201
October 23rd, 2014
The online Slooh Community Observatory will air a special three-hour solar eclipse webcast Thursday starting at 5 p.m. EDT (2100 GMT). You can watch the show at http://www.slooh.com, or here at Space.com, courtesy of Slooh.
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Orionid Meteor Shower: See Halley's Comet Crumbs Online Tonight
2014 Orionid Meteor Over Southern Arizona
October 21st, 2014
Some skywatchers captured incredible views of the Orionid meteor shower earlier this week, but even if you can't catch the peaking shower outside tonight (Oct. 21), you can still see it live online.
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Partial Solar Eclipse Today: A Weather Forecast
This graphic, provided by NASA, shows which parts of the globe will be able to see the partial solar eclipse of Oct. 23, 2014.
October 23rd, 2014
Viewers throughout most of the United States are in position to see a partial solar eclipse Thursday afternoon (Oct. 23). Unfortunately, clouds will likely get in the way in some parts of the country.
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See the Partial Solar Eclipse Thursday with a Pinhole Camera (Video)
Photographer Safety Solar Eclipse
October 21st, 2014
A potentially amazing partial solar eclipse is due to darken skies above North America Thursday (Oct. 23), and you can build and easy tool to help you view it safely.
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Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken US Skies This Week
This NASA graphic shows the visibility area of the partial total solar eclipse of Oct. 23, 2014. The eclipse will be visible from most of the United States, weather permitting.
October 20th, 2014
Nearly all of North America will experience the solar eclipse. People who live east of a line running from roughly Quebec City to Montauk Point, New York, will miss out, since the sun will set before the dark disc of the moon begins to encroach upon it.
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