If you can't catch the next solar eclipse in person, there are several places where you can watch the event live.
The kind of solar eclipses usually portrayed in films are total solar eclipses — a reasonably rare event.
On Thursday morning (June 10) much of North America will see the moon block some portion of the sun during the first solar eclipse of the year — weather permitting, of course.
Read about the history and future of Earth’s sun as well as fun facts about the sun’s age, size, temperature, and phenomena like solar flares.
Astronauts at the International Space Station got some spectacular views of May's lunar eclipse from orbit.
People across the Northern Hemisphere will be able to spot a "ring of fire" in the sky as an annular solar eclipse moves across our planet this Thursday (June 10).
The sunrise eclipse on Thursday (June 10) will bring a striking image of a crescent sun rising in the east-northeast.
In 2021 a "ring of fire" solar eclipse will appear in June, followed by a total solar eclipse in December.
It might look like a postcard from Arizona, but this snapshot shows something much more exotic: the planet Mars, as seen by NASA's Curiosity rover.
Venus and Mercury will meet in the evening sky Friday (May 28) for their closest encounter until Nov. 5, 2033.
If you missed the total lunar eclipse on Wednesday (May 26), you'll have to wait nearly a year for the next one.
From the western U.S. to India, millions of skywatchers got a special treat with this year's largest full moon as it arrived accompanied by the only total lunar eclipse of 2021.
A total lunar eclipse dazzled skywatchers on May 26, 2021. See incredible photos of the celestial spectacle.
On May 25-27, much of the world will see a lunar eclipse that coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth — making it a "supermoon" eclipse that will turn the moon reddish.
Find out when to look up (or tune in online) for the Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse on Wednesday (May 26).
If you're excited to try and catch a glimpse of the Super Flower Blood Moon, the only total lunar eclipse of 2021, when it occurs Wednesday (May 26), you're in for a treat, according to NASA.
May's full moon, known as the Flower Moon, will be the closest "supermoon" and the only total lunar eclipse of 2021, earning it the moniker "Super Flower Blood Moon."