Free Press Journal
  • Solar Eclipse 2017 stunning Photos: How the US witnessed history

    Millions of Americans gasped and groaned Monday as the first coast to coast total solar eclipse in 99 years zoomed across the country, dazzling many but disappointing some whose view was obscured by clouds. For about 90 minutes the shadow of the moon raced over mountains, plains, and forests at twice the speed of sound, from the coast of Oregon to the Atlantic wetlands of South Carolina.

  • ‘Enacting the role of Morarji Desai was very difficult’, says Govind Namdev

    Marathi, Bollywood or Hollywood films, Govind Namdev leaves his mark on all. The versatile actor in an exclusive interview with Free Press Journal talks about his upcoming movies like ‘Solar Eclipse’, ‘Chapekar Brothers’, ‘Anna’ and ‘Project Marathwada’ and Marathi movies.

  • Longest-lasting solar eclipse discovered

    London: Imagine living in a world where, every 69 years, the sun disappears in a near total eclipse that lasts for three and a half years. That is just what happens in an unnamed binary star system nearly 10,000 light years from the Earth.

  • Five eclipses this year

    Indore: Astronomy enthusiasts and sky gazers will be able to watch five eclipses this year, but only two of them will be visible in India. The celestial events will start with a total solar eclipse on March 9, which will be partially visible in North-East, Ujjain based Jiwaji Observatory’s Superintendent Dr Rajendraprakash Gupt told PTI.