Resources on solar eclipses.
Sun Moon Earth
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A searchable database of full-text scientific papers, in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, and quantitative biology.
- Web of Science
ISI Web of Science, an integrated Web-based platform, provides high-quality content and the tools to access, analyze, and manage research information.
ADS is a free resource that indexes and provides abstracts from journals and conferences, primarily in astronomy and astrophysics as well as in general physics and engineering.
Along with scientific articles, includes eclipse related resources in various subjects such as anthropology, history, art, religion, and more.
- NASA Eclipses and Transits
NASA's main site on transits, lunar eclipses, and solar eclipses.
- NASA's 2017 Eclipse Site
Special site dedicated to the 2017 total solar eclipse.
- NASA Image Library
Find images, videos, and audio relating to many astronomy related topics including eclipses.
- USNO Eclipse Portal
Site intended to provide visibility information on solar and lunar eclipses.
- USNO Solar Eclipse Computer
Search for solar eclipse information for cities across the United States or locations worldwide. Provides the Time, duration of totality, magnitude, and obscuration for the location.
- European Space Agency
ESA's solar eclipse overview featuring basic eclipse information and observational information from past solar eclipses visible in Europe.
- Eclipse Chasers
Website for those that view eclipses around the world and includes cartoons, photography, and trip reports.
- Eclipse Guy
Website created by a film producer to encourage others to view eclipses. It includes photos, calendars, numerous videos, and a database listing dramatic films and documentaries dealing with eclipses.
Website maintained by retired NASA astrophysicist Fred Espenak. Includes large amounts of data and eclipse predictions beneficial for those interested in astrophysics & scientific research.
- Mr. Eclipse
Website also by Fred Espenak. This site focuses more on eclipse photography, gives plenty of details for beginners, and includes special sections such as eclipse quotations, images of eclipse stamps, etc.
Meteorologists run this site that is dedicated to climate and weather for celestial events.
- Solar Eclipse Interactive Google Maps
Website by Xavier M. Jubier that provides Google Maps relating to solar eclipses and their paths across the Earth's surface.
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