Solar Eclipse News
From meteor showers to Neptune at opposition: List of celestial events in September to watch out for
On 22 September the season officially changes and it marks the point where earth experiences equal lengths of day and night.
The Solar eclipse will start at 1:42 pm IST (8:12 UTC) and end at 6.41 pm IST (13:11 UTC).
From the movement of the moon to planets, space enthusiasts will be observing several sky events in June
NASA's mix of Earth-observing satellites and instruments on the ISS have captured some views of the Earth during the year 2020.
The first Surya Grahan of next year will take place on 10 June while the last will occur on 4 December 2021.
The best cities to view the partial solar eclipse from would be Santiago (Chile), São Paulo (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Lima (Peru), Montevideo (Uruguay), and Asuncion (Paraguay).
Black Moon on 19 August: Invisible fourth 'New Moon' in Northern Hemisphere appears due to calendar quirk
A second full moon in a single calendar month is a Blue Moon, and the flip side of this phenomenon, a Black Moon.
Though the Red Planet has two moons – Phobos and Deimos – neither is large enough to completely cover the Sun's disk.
Could not see solar eclipse due to cloud cover, says Narendra Modi, manages to catch glimpse of event on live stream
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that though he could not witness the solar eclipse due to cloud cover in the national capital, he managed to have a glimpse of it in Kozhikode through live stream
Rare annular solar eclipse captured in stunning images by astronomers, photographers and enthusiasts
The captivating eclipse drew thousands of students, astronomers and photographers, what with being visible across India as a partial or annular eclipse.
The 'annular' ring will be visible till 9.27 am along India's west coast and 9.35 am along the east coast, giving a 3-minute-window to catch the event in real-time.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Day 2 of Mumbai-Railways and Saurashtra-Uttar Pradesh fixtures to start late due to solar eclipse
The second day of the ongoing Ranji Trophy Group matches in Mumbai and Rajkot will start late by two hours from the regular time due to solar eclipse.
The eclipse will be visible in many parts of India, particularly in southern India; Saudi Arabia, and parts of Indonesia.
Before you start sputtering about HAL 9000, monoliths and Europa, that's Io's shadow we're looking at.
Directed and produced by James Van Der Pool, Sony BBC Earth's Wonders of the Moon explores a stunning medley of lunar delights from across the globe.
Eclipses provide an opportunity to learn about the hidden layer of the sun which can greatly affect life on Earth.
Some 3,00,000 tourists flocked to La Silla, where the dry, crystal-clear air & sparse light pollution created a stargazers' paradise.
The eclipse will last roughly 2 minutes, and streamed live from observatories & powerful telescopes in South America.
it will be visible from the Pacific Ocean, Chile and Argentina but it can't be viewed from the Indian subcontinent.
The event helped verify Einstein's Theory of Relativity, which underpins critical modern technologies like GPS.