The partial lunar eclipse will put on a special twilight show for most of Australia.
Over the course of human history, total solar eclipses have held people spellbound. Peter Anderson explains.
On Saturday, 28 July, Australia will have front-row seats to the rare astronomical event.
While Indonesia enjoyed 2016’s only total solar eclipse on Tuesday morning, NASA offered a novel perspective from space – the shadow of the Moon passing across Earth.
The last total lunar eclipse to be seen in Australia for three years will show a blood moon for Easter
Don’t miss the second total lunar eclipse of 2014 which will paint the moon orange across most of Australia
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The appeal of total eclipse and the birth of a new generation of Australian umbraphiles (eclipse chasers).
The partial solar eclipse at sunset seen on 29 April, 2014.
A partial eclipse will occur over Australia and Antarctica