This year we're in for a real treat! The citizens of planet Earth will be treated to not one, but four, partial solar eclipses and the first will begin on January 4. Ready to find out where and when?
Every 27 years, the star Epsilon Aurigae is swallowed up, and scientists had no idea why. Now, using a special technique that produces images 140 times clearer than the Hubble Space Telescope, we've finally gotten images of it happening.