April’s solar eclipse will be hard to miss. If you’re anywhere within a large swath of the U.S., all you’ll need to do is look up. But if you want to watch this once-in-a-lifetime celestial event with experts, NASA is ready for you.
The company is adding a second flight for the path of totality, which will depart from Dallas-Fort Worth and arrive in Detroit at the same time as the other already-sold-out flight.
If working side-by-side with your thrill-seeking and solar eclipse enthusiast wasn't enough, your Sun-ternship also includes professional photography classes, hotel accommodation, a travel stipend and lots of swag.
Delta flight 1218 is timed to give travelers the best chance to view the total solar eclipse at its peak.
A total solar eclipse will happen over a large swath of the U.S. this April, but cloud cover could spoil the views for millions if the weather doesn't cooperate. That's where historical weather comes in handy.
By the time the first pitch is thrown at the Guardians' home opener on April 8, fans will have seen something more unusual than a no-hitter, more rare than a perfect game and astronomically more exciting than an unassisted triple play.