Rare Sunrise Eclipse Wows Early Risers Across Tri-State AreaThe annular solar eclipse -- when the moon lines up between the Earth and sun, casting a shadow -- did not disappoint many.
Photos: Sunrise Eclipse Seen Around The WorldA rare sunrise eclipse dazzled the sky early Thursday morning.
'Ring Of Fire' Solar Eclipse Set For Sunrise Thursday; Experts Looking Forward To 'A Show In The Sky'If you miss the epic shot, our next sunrise eclipse will be in 2079 -- 58 years from now.
Your Guide To When, Where And How To Safely View The EclipseSomething special is happening in the sky.
Eye Damage From Solar Eclipse Can Be Subtle, But Permanent, Experts SayA Staten Island woman was one of thousands in the Tri-State Area last Monday who wanted to see the escape. But now, her eyes might be permanently damaged.
Mother Names Her Daughter After The Solar EclipseWhile everyone glanced up at the sky during the total solar eclipse, one mom glanced down at an Eclipse of her own.
Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Partial Eclipse Hits Tri-State With Moon Covering About 70 Percent Of The SunThe city that never sleeps slowed down for a few minutes as thousands of skywatchers gazed upward for a rare partial solar eclipse visible from our area.
Jersey Shore Amusement Park Recalls Eclipse GlassesA New Jersey shore amusement park is warning customers who bought special glasses to watch the solar eclipse to return them.
Eclipse Viewing Glasses Fall Into Short Supply Ahead Of Big EventExcitement was building Sunday a day ahead of the solar eclipse – but as the big event draws closer, it is getting harder for some people to find the special glasses they need to watch it safely.
Keeping Your Pets Safe During The Solar EclipseSolar specs are an absolute must if you want to safely view Monday's solar eclipse. But what if your furry friends want in on the fun?
Solar Eclipse Events Around The New York AreaWhile the Tri-State area isn’t in the 70-mile "path of totality," if skies are clear, we'll be able to see the moon block about 70 percent of the sun.
Making The Most Of Next Week's Historic Total Solar EclipseOn Monday, scientists talked about how you can make sure you have a great viewing experience right here in the Tri-State Area.