Helena won't experience a total solar eclipse, but will come close at about 92%. The eclipse will peak here at 11:34 a.m.
Here's everything you need to know about Monday's big event.
Hundreds of people gathered in Missoula's Kiwanis Park on Monday as the moon ate 92 percent of the sun, chilling the smoke-filled air. It was a scene repeated around the region, at the Ewam Garden of 1,000 Buddhas in Arlee, outside the North Lake County Public Library in Polson, at Bitterroot College in Hamilton — anywhere that offered a glimpse of sky.
POLSON — The North Lake County Public Library in Polson had 875 pairs of eclipse glasses specially delivered from NASA to hand out Monday morning.
Learn some tips and tricks on protecting you and your kids' eyes during the solar eclipse with Shirley Greene, a seventh-grade teacher at Lewi…
It started as the "Sunsquatch Challenge," a mashup of 3,000 alleged Bigfoot sightings with the NASA data indicating the "path of totality" for Monday's solar eclipse.
For the first time in nearly 100 years, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse that will pass through several states from the Pacific to the Atlantic. Here’s a quiz to test and expand your knowledge about solar eclipses.
Preview the Aug. 21 solar eclipse with these offbeat and useful video reports from CNN, Newsy and other sources.
If Monday's total solar eclipse isn't enough for you (whether you can't fully experience it due to location or weather barriers or you just wa…
I don’t know about you, but everyone in my orbit is super excited for the solar eclipse, coming on Aug. 21st. And they’re not alone—eclipse glasses are selling out around the country and people are scrambling to make travel plans so they can view the eclipse from an optimal spot.
Grand Teton National Park managers expect Aug. 21 — the day of the total solar eclipse across America — to be the busiest single day in the history of the park.
A total eclipse is coming on Aug. 21, and you don’t want to miss it. Which is why we’re excited about this tool, which you can use to find out exactly what you’ll be able to see from your zip code. And not only does this super cool tool from Vox explain
Solar prominences, shadow bands, and a couple of diamond rings are just a few things to look for in those dark moments.
Imagine camping on the field of a football stadium with people lining the top row of seats. That was the uncomfortable feeling I had last week while sleeping under the stars in Idaho’s Caribou-Targhee National Forest just before the solar eclipse.