On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible from a narrow strip of land that stretches all the way across the U.S., from Oregon to South Carolina.
A school near Georgia's coast is collecting eclipse glasses for a group that plans to make them available to schools in Asia and South America so students there can view an upcoming eclipse in that part of the world.
Twenty-four hours after the Eclipse, Channel 3 viewers had questions about symptoms they were experiencing-everything from eye pain to blurry vision.
A group called Astronomers Without Borders is preparing to collect eclipse glasses to distribute to students in developing countries. The hope is, as they safely view their eclipse in 2019 with those pairs of donated glasses, a lifelong interest in science will be sparked.
Officials at Erlanger Medical Health System are reporting that they had seven babies born during the hours of 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. the Total Eclipse hours.
A small number of citizens missed the historic total solar eclipse as it passed through Chattanooga Monday because they were in the process of being booked into the Hamilton County Jail.
From a balcony at the White House, President Donald Trump did it his own way — marveling briefly a few times the astronomical phenomenon sans shades after using them for his initial viewing.
Fueled by strong coffee and blue- and green-frosted doughnuts, a small army of astrophysicists, astronomers and planetary scientists cheered and applauded as "Solar One" — a special Alaska Airlines flight — launched to give them the world's very first look at Monday's total solar eclipse.
Many schools across the viewing area cancelled classes Monday for the total solar eclipse, but for some schools class was in session. Teachers turned the cosmic event into a learning opportunity.
The day is finally here, the Great American Solar Eclipse! Traffic is expected to be much like a Tennessee football game, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, and like race day in Bristol.
The solar eclipse is less than a week away, and folks in Chattanooga are making sure they're ready. However, if you haven't found your eclipse glasses just yet, snagging a pair may not be as easy as you thought.
The long awaited great american total solar eclipse is less than 24 hours away, and some city's in Tennessee are the perfect location to watch. One of those cityies is Spring City, which sits directly in the path of totality,a prime spot for folks wanting to get the full solar eclipse experience.
TDOT preparing for massive crowds traveling to view solar eclipse The Tennessee Department of Transportation anticipates heavier than normal traffic on interstates and state routes during the total solar eclipse on Monday.
NASA has recently warned of unsafe glasses being distributed by dishonest companies. The agency recommends the following brands as the best in the business: American Paper Optics, Rainbow Symphony, Thousand Oaks Optical, and TSE 17.
Who knows what's going to happen Monday. There will be so many people streaming the eclipse from their phone and many others uploading photos that cell towers may be overwhelmed. We;re looking at new technology that allows people to connect to other people and the internet even without a connection.
Solar eclipse glasses are a hot ticket item around the country, but you can make a pinhole viewer to watch the eclipse in a different and completely safe way.
For a lucky few eclipse viewers aboard the Royal Caribbean's Total Eclipse Cruise, the event will include another once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon when they hear singer Bonnie Tyler perform her '80s power ballad "Total Eclipse of the Heart" live.
NASA is looking for a few good scientists to help during the eclipse, whether they're in the path of totality or not. A look at it's new app that will gather more data on an eclipse in history.
Prominent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has a suggestion for anyone with a view of next week's solar eclipse: Put down your smartphone and take in the phenomenon yourself.
Some already have their special glasses for next week's total solar eclipse but if you got yours from Amazon, you might want to check your e-mail because they might not be safe.
The Georgia Department of Public Health reminds those who will watch the solar eclipse that it’s never safe to look directly at the sun, or eye damage may occur.