Solar eclipse tomorrow, other astronomical news


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United States Total Solar Eclipse 21 Aug 2017

19 August 2017

On August 21, 2017 a total solar eclipse occurs from the Northwest to the Southeast. This video explains what happens and why and the possible influence coming from an eclipse.

Eclipse watchers will go after the biggest solar mystery: Why is the corona so hot? Usually when you move away from a heat source, it gets cooler. Not so in the sun’s atmosphere. By Lisa Grossman, 6:00am, August 20, 2017.

Does the corona look different when solar activity is high versus when it’s low? One U.S. town will get two eclipses in seven years, making it the best place to watch the sun’s cycle in action. By Lisa Grossman, 7:00am, August 19, 2017.

Where does the solar wind come from? The eclipse may offer answers. A look at where the sun’s surface meets its atmosphere could reveal the wind’s origins. By Lisa Grossman, 7:00am, August 18, 2017.

PLEASE DON’T RUIN YOUR EYES BY LOOKING AT THE ECLIPSE WITHOUT PROTECTION We here at The Morning Email value your eyesight. Here’s how to watch the magic safely. [HuffPost]

Solar eclipse August 2017 live on Twitter: here.

Here are the paths of the next 15 total solar eclipses. From 2017 to 2040, there will be 15 total solar eclipses. Here‘s a map of where to see them. By Emily DeMarco, 2:30pm, August 18, 2017.

Cosmic lens lets astronomers zoom in on a black hole’s burps. Seeing into the heart of a faraway galaxy could explain how jets of hot material get their start. By Lisa Grossman, 5:01pm, August 18, 2017.

We share the Milky Way with 100 million black holes. New census estimates the number of cosmic chasms based on galaxy size and makeup. By Emily Conover, 9:00am, August 18, 2017.

Exclusive First Photos of the 2017 Solar Eclipse. National Geographic photographers were across the country – and over the ocean – capturing some of the best views of the historic eclipse: here.

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