Eclipse eve: Millions converge across US to see sun go dark
Millions of eclipse watchers are converging on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the sun Monday
Countdown to the historic total eclipse
Parts of 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina will be cast into sudden darkness by the moon's shadow.
Cloud cover will vary across the US during Monday's total solar eclipse
Monday's total solar eclipse will come to Americans in varying degrees of visual clarity, according to ABC News meteorologists, who say that the clearest skies are likely to appear in the Northwest in cities like San Francisco, Salem and Seattle. New York, and parts of the Tennessee Valley, around
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, Aug. 20, the 232nd day of 2017. There are 133 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On August 20, 1977, the United States launched Voyager 2, an unmanned spacecraft carrying a 12-inch, gold-plated copper phonograph record containing images, greetings
9-year-old makes plea for NASA job
A 9-year-old alien enthusiast from New Jersey sent a handwritten letter to NASA asking to be considered for a job working with astronauts.
Can't be there? How to watch solar eclipse on TV, online
If you can't witness the total solar eclipse in person, you can still see it online or via TV. Here are some of the viewing options: (All times EDT) — NASA will offer hours of coverage online and on NASA Television beginning at noon. It plans livestreaming of the eclipse beginning at 1 p.m. with
Wear solar specs or make a viewer to safely watch eclipse
Solar specs are a must for safe viewing of Monday's total solar eclipse, the first to span U.S. coast to coast in 99 years.
Tribes hope for renewal in solar eclipse; not all will watch
American Indian tribes hope for renewal in the upcoming solar eclipse, though not all will watch
Special eclipse glasses selling out quickly
Last-minute shoppers are snapping up special glasses to safely watch the eclipse on Monday
Two sisters to work with NASA during solar eclipse
Rebecca and Kimberly Yeung are participating in NASA's Eclipse Ballooning project in conjunction with the University of Montana on Aug. 21.