Solar eclipses: Latest photos, science and forecast
On April. 8, 2024 a total solar eclipse will be visible across the Americas. Check out our total eclipse 2024 guide for everything you need to know about that total solar eclipse.
You can watch the total solar eclipse live here on Space.com and follow along with live updates on our eclipse live blog.
On April 8, 2024, North America will experience a partial solar eclipse, but from parts of Mexico, the U.S. and Canada it will be possible to experience totality.
Here are some top tips to get the most out of your total solar eclipse viewing experience on April 8, 2024.
If you're looking for some eclipse glasses to view the upcoming solar eclipse on April 8 our guide will help you find the right pair.
Reference The 2024 total solar eclipse will be visible across Mexico, the U.S and Canada. Our guide tells you when the eclipse will occur and where you need to go to see it.
Shadow bands may be the most unusual of the eerie phenomena that can accompany a solar eclipse. Here's what we do and don't know about them.
Reference A solar eclipse occurs when the moon positions itself between Earth and the sun, casting a shadow over Earth. We explore the type of solar eclipses here.
With the solar cycle set to peak earlier than predicted, the sun's corona should look its spectacular spiky best for April 8's total solar eclipse.
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