The Super Blue Blood Moon happened early Wednesday morning and resulted in some beautiful photos.
There will be a lunar eclipse early Wednesday morning, check here to see if it will be visible where you are or watch it live.
Jets that were used to collect data during the eclipse are stuck in Texas, but preliminary findings look good.
There will be a total lunar eclipse in January, and no you don't need glasses to view it.
Photos and videos of the total solar eclipse flooded the internet Monday from Oregon, South Carolina, West Virginia and outer space.
The Google Doodle Monday was an animation of aliens and the solar eclipse.
There are plenty of total solar eclipse streams and live broadcasts to watch the rare event today.
Snapchat will be full of eclipse videos and photos with new features in stickers, filters and on Snap Map.
Weather like temperature and wind will change during the eclipse so NOAA is planning to study it.
It might be too late to buy solar eclipse glasses but you can make your own viewers instead.
Animals will likely stay calm during the eclipse for the most part, humans will actually exhibit the most out of the ordinary behavior.
NASA is making is easy for you to watch the solar eclipse via live stream if you're not in the path of totality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson tweets that if you believe in the upcoming eclipse you should probably also believe in climate change.
Flights to cities in the line of totality for the eclipse are pricey.
You shouldn't look directly at the sun during an eclipse, just like you shouldn't any other day, it can cause eye damage.
If the moon orbits Earth about once a month, why are solar eclipses so rare?
If you're going to view the total solar eclipse this month make sure you have glasses or a filter that will protect your eyes. Here's where to buy glasses for TSE 17.
NASA is sending highly resistant balloons into the stratosphere to test Mars-like conditions there during the eclipse.
One science project NASA will conduct during the total solar eclipse will be to use jets to gather photos and data on the sun and Mercury.
NASA is asking eclipse observers to help collect data during the August 2017 total solar eclipse.
NASA researchers are hoping to learn more about Earth's energy budget by observing the total solar eclipse in August.