Solar Phenomena News
Lamborghini's new Aventador S sets drivers back $421K, but cupholders still extra
I’ve seen very few Lamborghinis in the wild. Spotting one is almost as rare as the total solar eclipse expected in August — an occurrence Americans have been anticipating for nearly 100 years. In northern New Jersey, where I live, Maseratis, Porsches and BMWs are as common as Honda Accords and Jeep
A university in Oregon will use balloons to track eclipse
Portland State University in Oregon will launch four high-altitude balloons equipped with GPS tracking systems and 360-degree video cameras to track the upcoming solar eclipse in live time from the air
Stunning Time-Lapse Footage Captured of Geomagnetic Storm
I know with our index and a dramatic rescue of a woman from an overturned car caught on camera I don't know how. Good samaritans eventually able to break the window and get that driver out onto a street scene Diego she is all right tonight. The rescue captured on a go pro camera strapped to
Ferocious Solar Storms May Have Helped Life Take Root on Earth, NASA Says
Ferocious solar storms 4 billion years ago may have been key to warming the Earth and creating the right conditions for life to form on the planet, according to a new study by a team of NASA scientists. NASA's Kepler mission discovered young sun-like stars and found they released "superflares,"
Jupiter's X-Ray Aurora Glimmers During Solar Storm
Scientists have unveiled images of a brilliant X-ray aurora on Jupiter triggered by a massive solar storm slamming into the solar system's largest planet. In the color-enhanced images, the purple areas show emissions of X-rays, which are invisible to the human eye, with the white areas showing the
Stunning New Look at Total Solar Eclipse From 1 Million Miles Away
Here's a view you don't see very often: NASA and NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) captured stunning images of last week's solar eclipse as it swept across the Pacific Ocean. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon, Earth and sun perfectly align, with moon blocking the light of the sun
Alaska Airlines Passengers Witness Total Solar Eclipse From 37,000 Feet
The flight from Anchorage to Honolulu intercepted the solar eclipse for nearly two minutes.
Rare Solar Eclipse Sweeps Across Southeast Asia
The spectacular celestial event was visible across three times zones for nearly 40 million people across Southeast Asia.
Dramatic Images Show Solar Eclipse From Southeast Asia
Dramatic photos show the phenomenon caused by Tuesday's solar eclipse in southeast Asia. Millions in southeast Asia got a front-row seat to a total solar eclipse, while people in Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and American Samoa were able to see a partial solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon,