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Jamie Carter headshot

Jamie Carter

Jamie Carter is an experienced science, technology, and travel journalist and the editor of WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com. A writer for over two decades, he is the author of the acclaimed book "A Stargazing Program For Beginners" and often delivers lectures when hosting eclipse-chasing expeditions. Jamie writes about exploring the night sky, solar and lunar eclipses, moon-gazing, astro-travel, astronomy, and space exploration.

* 20+ years of experience as a journalist and writer
Get ready for a beautiful total lunar eclipse on a Sunday evening.
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Stars from Halley's Comet, or the Eta Aquariid meteor shower, will be visible Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
See the northern lights from the comfort of your own bed (or hot tub) at these hotels in Iceland, Norway, Canada, and more.
Get ready for spring's first display of shooting stars.
Specifically known as the "Great North American Eclipse," it will be especially viewable across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
The unreal experience of an eclipse of the sun during a dream-like trip to the seventh continent.
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Here's how to see the very best of this proud Celtic nation.
Here's what you need to know about the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century.
The unreal experience of an eclipse of the sun during a dream-like trip to the seventh continent.
Here's how to see the very best of this proud Celtic nation.
Here's what you need to know about the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century.
The next era of space exploration and innovation is here — and we're all invited. A billionaire space race is underway as Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, and others are testing the technology to take us to places previously visited only by highly trained astronauts. Space tourism is officially taking flight, and it might just save the Earth.
Here's how space tourism went from sci-fi dream to reality.
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Remote luxury workcations, exquisite food, and at-the-border testing could put Iceland on an elite list of super-safe destinations once it fully reopens.
These once-in-a-lifetime trips require careful advance planning.
A partial solar eclipse will be visible across North America on June 10.
Mojave Trails National Monument in California could be America's next Dark Sky Sanctuary.
Jupiter, Saturn, and Mercury come together for a planetary finale this weekend.
The phenomenon behind a colorful sky.
2020 will end on a high note for stargazers, with three unique night sky happenings in December.
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How, when, and where to see 2020’s fourth and final penumbral lunar eclipse and a beautiful full moonrise.
The 2020 total solar eclipse path of totality crosses great lakes, hot springs, and an active volcano.
These are the best national parks in the United States for great stargazing, according to Under Lucky Stars.
Heading to Alaska to see the aurora borealis? Here's everything you need to know.