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This is the total solar eclipse Indonesians enjoyed on Wednesday (March 9) morning. For those not in the area, there was a live online stream set up
A total eclipse has wowed crowds of sky-watchers in Indonesia. A partial eclipse of the sun was also visible to millions in Australia, other parts
Indonesia is getting ready for a rare total solar eclipse that will be seen across Southeast Asia and parts of the Pacific on Wednesday (March 9)
These are the latest pictures from Indonesia, which has witnessed a total solar eclipse. Thousands of eclipse-watchers have travelled to the Asian
Millions of people have enjoyed watching what astronomers are calling ‘the best solar eclipse in years.’ Some of the clearest views were from Norway
The solar eclipse is keeping people in Northern Europe and the UK looking up at the sky. As the moon moves between the sun and the earth, it plunges
Eclipse watchers are heading to the Faroe Islands and Svalbard, Norway which will be the only places to see the rare total solar eclipse, if the weather holds out.
On the morning of March 20th there will be a total solar eclipse, which can be observed as a partial solar eclipse almost everywhere in Europe.
A strong solar flare is blasting its way to Earth, but the worst of its power looks like it will barely skim above the planet and not cause many
Proba-2, the European Space Agency’s Sun-watching satellite has recorded stunning footage of the partial solar eclipse on November 3. “The
A rare solar eclipse has made its way over North America, Europe and Africa. From Florida where the eclipse began, to Somalia where it ended, the