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
A total lunar eclipse happens at twilight in Australia on April 15 and will likely produce a blood-red moon.