The longest day of 2020 shall be marked across much of Asia by an annular solar eclipse.
Eclipses, as exhausting as they can be, are amazing portals of change and growth.
Somehow "How to make slime?" was a more pressing concern than, say, "How to survive a nuclear blast?"
A Franciscan nun is leading a fight for solar energy in Indiana
The VICELAND hosts discuss what Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson declared the "most impressive thing any president's ever done."
The Moon is slowly distancing itself from Earth, which means total solar eclipses have an expiration date.
The Boston College football head coach isn't going to wear any kind of glasses, either.
Sure, the path of totality will be amazing, but will people there be able to see the eclipse, then buy a corndog, and throw it up on a spinning cups ride?
Sure, staring directly at the sun will burn your eyes out. But it’s such a perfect visual metaphor for life in 2017.