The lunar eclipse 2019 comes just two weeks after a solar eclipse and coincides with the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11.Read the full story ›
The eclipse was the first visible in the UK since 2015.Read the full story ›
A partial solar eclipse can pose more risk to eyesight than a full one, scientists have warned.Read the full story ›
The USA will have a total eclipse but the South West will be able to see part of the sun covered by the moon.Read the full story ›
This lovely picture was sent to us by former Hercules pilot Paddy Long from Liskeard - a stunning photo!
A view of the partial solar eclipse from Tavistock, Devon.
Castle Primary School in Tiverton had fun watching the spectacle.
Rich Wiltshire took this superb photo of the eclipse in Bridgwater.
These impressive shots were taken in St Ive, Liskeard, by Paddy Long
John Habbishow took this one in Barnstaple.
Big crowds at Exeter University to see the partial eclipse of the sun.
This picture has been sent to us by Neil Punnett from Hemyock, Devon
Hayley Goleniowska sent us this fantastic photo on Twitter from Cornwall
Picture taken through a welding mask by James Tomlinson in Helston
This was taken by Jonathan Webster of the eclipse over the sea at Teignmouth at 0945 this morning.
James Cherry took this great time line in Cornwall
Rachel Dodge caught the tail end of it in Yeovil.
Phil Starkey took this in Penryn, Cornwall.
Bradley Darlington took this in Plymouth