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Solar Eclipses: A Reference Guide

Internet Resources

William Jennings Bryan holds a small rectangle of glass up towards the sky as he peers through it, looking at an eclipse.

Harris & Ewing, photographer. William Jennings Bryan, who was a caller at the White House today was snapped as he was taking a "peek" at the eclipse thru a blackened glass. .... 1925. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division

The following lists include several freely available databases and Internet resources that provide broad coverage of the field of astronomy, as well as specialized material related to the 2017 and 2024 total solar eclipses. These resources come from a variety of creators, ranging from government agencies to scientific associations, researchers, experts and amateur enthusiasts. Sites range from temporary creations detailing individual observations and research projects relating to specific eclipses, to large collections of data, used to predict eclipses centuries into the future.


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