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2001 African Eclipse
- 2001 African Eclipse in Zambia.
A Memorable Occultation
- an article by Dave Scherping of the Prairie Astronomy Club.
Africa Eclipse 2001
- Maps and links for African Eclipse 2001.
Christmas Eclipse 2000 Safe Solar Viewer
- Christmas Eclipse 2000. The Final Solar Eclipse of the Second Millennium will be viewable to most of north America. This site supplies CE certified solar eclipse glasses and viewers.
- The main webportal about the first total solar eclipse of the third millennium.
- Images, discussion, information and resources for solar and lunar eclipses.
Eclipse Chaser Home Page
- Total solar eclipse articles, expeditions, experiments, umbral data, and images.
Eclipse Chasing Tips, Experiences, Photography
- Eclipse chasing history, about solar eclipses, photography of eclipses, and a gallery of images.
Eclipse Chasing with Maria Mitchell
- Interactive solar eclipse project for high school earth science classes, sponsored by Vassar College and Arlington Central High School.
- Everything about Solar eclipses. Pictures, information and eclipse simulations.
- Solar eclipse tours to the next total solar eclipse, also includes tour packages for the Leonid Meteor Showers.
Eclipses at Sea
- more than a predictable solar phenomenon
- Personal webpage devoted to the experience and phenomena of total solar eclipse.
Eric's Black Sun Eclipse Website
- Site contains pictures, accounts of eclipses, 10 myths of eclipse presentation, astronomy news and links.
Espenak's Eclipse Home Page
- This is Fred Espenak's official eclipse home page. It contains maps and tables for 7,000 years of lunar & solar eclipses and includes eclipse photographs, observing tips and eye safety information.
How Solar Eclipses Work
- Detailed illustrated explanation of what happens during a solar eclipse and how you can observe this special event safely.
IAU Eclipse Page
- International Astronomical Union's Working group on solar eclipses. Contains reference materials, expedition reports, and useful links.
International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA)
- was established to encourage and facilitate the observation of occultations and eclipses. It provides predictions for grazing occultations of stars by the Moon and predictions for occultations of stars by asteroids and planets, information on observing equipment and techniques, and reports to the members of observations made.
James Funkhouser's Eclipse Page
- Photographs of lunar and solar eclipses.
- A self-contained page for calculating the circumstances of the next solar eclipse from your location. All calculations are done locally on your computer.
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