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The total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, was the first one visible from the contiguous United States in 38 years. It was the most viewed eclipse in history with millions of people witnessing the wonder of totality. Get ready for future eclipses with our award-winning eclipse guides.

  1. Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000 by Fred Espenak and Jean Meeus
    During this 5,000-year period, Earth will experience 11,898 eclipses of the Sun (4200 partial, 3956 annular, 3173 total, and 569 hybrid). The Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses includes a global visibility map for every solar eclipse. A statistical analysis of solar eclipses reveals their frequency, extremes in eclipse magnitude, and maximum durations of each type. The periodicity of solar eclipses is investigated using the Saros and details of every Saros series in progress are presented. The Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses comprises two volumes. Volume 1 covers eclipses for the years -1999 to 0, while Volume 2 covers the years 1 to 3000. Click Here For More Information

  2. Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000 by Fred Espenak and Jean Meeus
    The Five Millennium Catalog lists the principal characteristics of every solar eclipse during this period. The data for each eclipse includes the calendar date, time of greatest eclipse, delta T, lunation number, Saros number, eclipse type, gamma, eclipse magnitude, geographic coordinates of greatest eclipse, and the circumstances at greatest eclipse (i.e., Sun altitude and azimuth, path width, and central line duration). The Catalog is a supplement to the 2-volume Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses. Click Here For More Information

  3. Five Millennium Canon of Lunar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000 by Fred Espenak and Jean Meeus
    During this 5,000-year period, Earth will experience 12,064 eclipses of the Moon (4,378 penumbral, 4,207 partial, and 3,479 total). The Five Millennium Canon of Lunar Eclipses contains an individual figure and map for each eclipse. The figures show the Moon's path through Earth's shadows, while the maps show the geographic regions of visibility for each phase (penumbral, partial, and total). A statistical analysis of lunar eclipses reveals their frequency, extremes in eclipse magnitude, and maximum durations of each type. The periodicity of lunar eclipses is investigated using the Saros and details of every Saros series in progress are presented. The Five Millennium Canon of Lunar Eclipses comprises two volumes. Volume 1 covers eclipses for the years -1999 to 0, while Volume 2 covers the years 1 to 3000. Click Here For More Information

  4. Five Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000 by Fred Espenak and Jean Meeus
    The Five Millennium Catalog lists the principal characteristics of every lunar eclipse during this period. The data for each eclipse includes the calendar date, time of greatest eclipse, delta T, lunation number, Saros number, eclipse type, gamma, penumbral and umbral eclipse magnitudes, geographic coordinates of greatest eclipse, and the duration of each phase (penumbral, partial, and total). The Catalog is a supplement to the 2-volume Five Millennium Canon of Lunar Eclipses. Click Here For More Information

  5. 21st Century Canon of Solar Eclipses by Fred Espenak
    This is the complete guide to every solar eclipse occurring from 2001 tom 2100 (224 eclipses in all). It includes information and maps for all total, annular, hybrid, and partial eclipses. A special world atlas shows detailed full page maps of all central eclipse paths (total, annular and hybrid). Click Here For More Information

  6. 21st Century Canon of Lunar Eclipses by Fred Espenak
    This is the complete guide to every lunar eclipse occurring from 2001 tom 2100 (228 eclipses in all). It includes information and maps for all total, partial, and penumbral eclipses. The predictions use a new model for Earth's elliptical shadows. Click Here For More Information

  7. Road Atlas for the Annular Solar Eclipse of 2023 by Fred Espenak
    This book contains detailed road maps of the entire eclipse path from the western USA, through Mexico, Central and South America. Information printed on the maps makes it easy to estimate the duration of annularity from any location in the eclipse path. This is the next annular solar eclipse visible from the USA. Click Here For More Information

  8. Road Atlas for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2024 by Fred Espenak
    This book contains detailed road maps of the entire eclipse path from Mexico, through the USA and Canada. Information printed on the maps makes it easy to estimate the duration of totality from any location in the eclipse path. This is the next total solar eclipse visible from the USA. Click Here For More Information

  9. Atlas of Central Solar Eclipses in the USA by Fred Espenak
    When was the last total eclipse through the USA and when is the next? How often do they happen? What total eclipse tracks passed across the USA during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, etc., and what states did they include? And how often is a total solar eclipse visible from each of the 50 states? The Atlas of Central Solar Eclipses in the USA answers all of these questions and more with hundred of maps and tables. Click Here For More Information

  10. Eclipse Almanac by Fred Espenak
    The five volume Eclipse Almanac series covers fifty years of eclipses from 2021 through 2070. Each volume is a concise reference for every eclipse of the Sun and the Moon over a 10-year period. This compendium identifies when and where each of these events will be seen. Click Here For More Information

  11. Fifty Year Almanac of Astronomical Events - 2021 To 2070 by Fred Espenak
    A catalog listing a wide range of solar system phenomena as seen from Earth. Each year gives a concise compendium of the most conspicuous and/or significant astronomical events involving the Sun, Moon and the planets. With 200+ events each year, the Fifty Year Almanac includes over 10,200 astronomical events. Click Here For More Information

  12. Thousand Canon of Solar Eclipses: 1501 to 2500 by Fred Espenak
    During this ten century period, Earth will experience 2,389 eclipses of the Sun. Global visibility maps and data presented for each of these events. A statistical analysis of eclipse frequency, extremes in eclipse magnitude, greatest central duration and quincena combinations are covered. Click Here For More Information

  13. Thousand Canon of Lunar Eclipses: 1501 to 2500 by Fred Espenak
    During this ten century period, Earth will experience 2,424 eclipses of the Moon. Global visibility maps and data presented for each of these events, along with figures show the Moon's path through Earth's shadows. A statistical analysis of eclipse frequency, extremes in eclipse magnitude, greatest central duration and quincena combinations are covered. Click Here For More Information

  14. Totality - The Great America Eclipses of 2017 and 2024 by Mark Littmann and Fred Espenak
    The most complete, easy-to-understand guide for total eclipses of the Sun, especially the great American eclipses of 2017 and 2024. Step-by-step suggestions for observing and photographing solar eclipses, detailed maps of the paths of the all eclipses from 2017 to 2045, diagrams, photos, and illustrations showing how to observe a total eclipse of the Sun, and much more. Click Here For More Information






Eclipse Publications

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Five Millennium
Canon of
Solar Eclipses

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Five Millennium
Catalog of
Solar Eclipses

book
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Five Millennium
Canon of
Lunar Eclipses

book
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Five Millennium
Catalog of
Lunar Eclipses

book
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Eclipse
Almanac
(5 volumes)

book
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Road Atlas for the
Annular Solar
Eclipse of 2023

book
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Road Atlas for the
Total Solar Eclipse
of 2024

book
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Fifty Year Almanac
of Astronomical Events
2021 To 2070

book
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21st Century
Canon of
Solar Eclipses

book
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21st Century
Canon of
Lunar Eclipses

book
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Thousand Year
Canon of
Solar Eclipses

book
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Thousand Year
Canon of
Lunar Eclipses

book
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Totality - Great
American Eclipses
of 2017 and 2024

book
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Eclipse Bulletin:
Total Solar Eclipse
of 2017

book
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Road Atlas for the
Total Solar Eclipse
of 2017

book
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Atlas of Central
Solar Eclipses
in the USA

book
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List of Publications


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