Tuesday 25 September 2018
Solar eclipse

Total eclipse could cost US employers $694m

The total eclipse of the sun on August 21 will cost US employers $694 million, according to an analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data by global outplacement and executive coaching firm, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.


Lifetime chance for Venus-watchers

Bahrain's stargazers are in for a treat next Wednesday when the planet Venus will pass between the Earth and the Sun, meaning it will be visible as a small black dot for around two hours early morning. It will not be seen again for 121 yea


Solar eclipse to be aired on solar power

Panasonic Corporation of Japan will broadcast an upcoming annular solar eclipse live to the world from the summit of Mt Fuji using only solar power. The project, entitled "Eclipse live from Fujiyama by solar power" on May 20 seeks to highl


Longest 21st century solar eclipse wows millions

A total solar eclipse began its flight on Wednesday across a narrow swathe of Asia, where hundreds of millions of people watched the skies darken despite thick summer clouds. The longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century was visible

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