Correctly matching models to reality can help astronomers foresee any disturbances in space weather that could potentially damage technology and harm astronauts
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter turned its sights to the Earth, imaging the Moon’s shadow as it made its way across the surface of our planet
We take a look at what you can expect as the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth
Courtesy of Slooh, you can watch the Moon pass in front of the Sun from anywhere in the world!
Welcome to the universe where time runs backwards in the latest issue of All About Space, available now from all good supermarkets and newsagents