Solar Phenomena News
Solar storm set to hit Earth isn't cause for concern, expert says
A solar storm likely to hit the Earth this week might make a pretty light show in the sky, but is likely to occur without causing any of the harm that some doomsayers are warning of. Solar storms are large eruptions of electromagnetic radiation from the sun that can last anywhere from minutes to
Solar storm is expected Wednesday
Residents in the northern U.S. like Michigan might be able to see the phenomenon.
What makes the super blue blood moon unique?
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Families across the Western US wake up early to see the super blue blood moon
ABC News' Clayton Sandell talks with kids excited to see the rare lunar eclipse in Denver.
Watch the super blue blood moon live on 'GMA'
ABC News' Nick Watt, Kayna Whitworth and Clayton Sandell report live from different locations where you can view the rare celestial event.
Expert tips on how to watch, photograph Wednesday's super blue blood moon
ABC News will begin live streaming coverage of the Super Blue Blood Moon on Wednesday morning starting at 5:30 a.m. ET. Live reports from Southeast Asia, the Hawaiian islands and the western U.S., as well as footage from NASA and the Virtual Telescope Project will give viewers a front-row seat to
Late-night comedians sound off on 2018 Oscar nominations
Late-night TV hosts weighed in on the nominations for this year's Academy Awards, which were announced earlier on Tuesday, and picked on last year's botched Best Picture winner announcement. "Live" host Jimmy Kimmel , who's slated to host the ceremony on March 4, called out some of the most
The biggest headlines of 2017
Devastating hurricanes, deadly wildfires and the rise of the #MeToo movement were among the top news stories.
'GMA' looks back at biggest stories of 2017
As 2017 comes to a close, the "GMA" anchors look back at some of the biggest news stories and most fun moments on "GMA" this year.
12/19/17: The Year: 2017
Robin Roberts and an all-star team of ABC News anchors and correspondents take a look back at the historic and most memorable moments of 2017.