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  • All about Solar Eclipses - Provides a description of the different types of solar eclipse and a table with information on upcoming eclipses.
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  • Articles on ancient observations - A list of hyperlinks to various articles on eclipses, comets, novae, and meteor showers that were seen in ancient times.
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  • Brian Dana Akers' Eclipse Photos - Solar eclipse photographs from 1972 to the present.
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  • Eclipse Chaser Home Page - Total solar eclipse articles, expeditions, experiments, umbral data, and images.
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  • Eclipse Chasers - Eclipse chasing history, about solar eclipses, photography of eclipses, and a gallery of images.
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  • Eclipses at Sea - Descriptions of eclipse cruises from 1972 to the present.
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  • Eclipsoids - Personal webpage devoted to the experience and phenomena of total solar eclipse.
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  • Ecliptomaniacs - Pictures and stories from an Irish eclipse chasers group
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  • EmapWin - Windows software for generating eclipse maps for solar eclipses from 3000BC to 3000AD
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  • Hermit.org: Eclipse - Information on solar and lunar eclipses, what they are, how to observe safely, statistics and recent and future eclipses.
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  • Homepage of Heinz Scsibrany - Eclipse chaser and author of WinEclipse - Windows software for producing eclipse maps and animations
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  • How Solar Eclipses Work - Illustrated explanation of what happens during a solar eclipse and how you can observe this event safely.
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  • IAU Eclipse Page - International Astronomical Union's Working group on solar eclipses. Contains reference materials, expedition reports, and useful links.
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  • Javascript Eclipse Calculator - 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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  • Kidseclipse: Total Solar Eclipse - Teaches children the wonders of astronomy through total solar eclipses. Essays from kids worldwide, teach section for classrooms, and gallery of past eclipses.
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  • Light Variations during Solar Eclipse - Document detailing the partial solar eclipse on May 31th, 2003 as observed in Belgium. [PDF]
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  • Lunar Eclipse Observer - Resources from the Calwell Lunar Observatory in Canberra, Australia.
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  • Mark's Travel Notes - Mark Sukhija provides eclipse specific travel advice and includes information on several upcoming eclipses.
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  • McGlaun.com - Total Solar Eclipse Page - Pictures and reports about past eclipses, and announcements about upcoming ones.
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  • MrEclipse.com - Detailed explanations and information about observing and photographing both solar and lunar eclipses.
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  • SDAC Eclipse Information - Solar eclipse information at the Solar Data Analysis Center (NASA).
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  • Shadow & Substance - A visual presentation of lunar eclipses by way of animated and static graphics.
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  • Sky & Telescope - Lists recent and upcoming eclipses of the sun and moon and provides suggestions for observing and photographing the events.
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  • Solar and Lunar Eclipses - Solar and lunar eclipses reports from 1999, interactive maps over five millennium, scouting trips, pictures and future eclipse tours. French and English.
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  • Solar Eclipse: Stories From the Path of Totality - From The Exploratorium; stories focusing on the science, historical accounts, and natural wonder of solar eclipses.
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  • Solar Eclipses - Outlines how eclipses happen and provides images and information on past and future events.
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  • Wendy Carlos Eclipse Page - Images and accounts of eclipses by musician Wendy Carlos.
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