Web casts to pipe moon's shadow onto your computer screen
Images of the solar eclipse of March 29, 2006
Guide for eclipse-watchers in Europe
Tips for Eclipse-Watchers
How to preserve your eyesight and get great eclipse photos
What would happen to Earth if the moon was only half as massive?
Neil F. Comins, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Maine, Orono, explains why an Earth with a half-mass moon would be populated by bug-eyed creatures that would never know the beauty of a total eclipse...
How Do Eclipse Photographs Get Made?
Film or digital--how to decide
Did Researchers Cook Data from the First Test of General Relativity?
Rumors of data mishandling in an historic eclipse study don't gibe
Homer's Odyssey Said to Document 3,200-Year-Old Eclipse
Clues in the text hint that the poet knew his astronomy
Unique Marvel of Ancient Greek Technology Gives Up New Secrets
Unmatched in complexity for 1,000 years, the device counted down the months until eclipses and might once have shown the positions of the planets.
Total Solar Eclipse, from Brazil to Mongolia
Why is the sun's corona the hottest layer when it is farther from the sun's core than other layers are?
There Goes the Sun
The Transit of Venus
When Venus crosses the face of the sun this June, scientists will celebrate one of the greatest stories in the history of astronomy