Updated 8/16 to include Predictive Science, Inc.'s predictions. The total solar eclipse is less than three weeks away, but researchers already have a good indication of how the Sun’s corona will look when it comes into view.
So you think you’re prepared for your eclipse viewing experience. But may I submit, dear reader, that you might have forgotten to pack a few things...
Sky & Telescope brings you total eclipse events happening across the country on August 21st, courtesy of our astronomy events page.
Thanks to the effects of gravitational lensing, a team of astronomers was able to reconstruct a distant galaxy and study its unexpectedly clumpy star forming regions.
With two months to go until the total solar eclipse on August 21, it's time to get planning — if you haven't already!
The Psyche mission to asteroid 16 Psyche had its launch date pushed up — and will now arrive well before originally planned.
A team of researchers led by Benjamin Black (City College of New York) used global drainage patterns of Titan, Earth, and Mars' surfaces to determine the likelihood of recent tectonic activity.