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Notes on the August 21, 2017, Solar Eclipse

Michael A. Covington
Revised June 18, 2017

On August 21, 2017, all of North America will see an eclipse of the sun.
Many Americans live near the path of totality.
Use these links to learn more about how to see and photograph the eclipse.

The August 2017 Solar Eclipse in Georgia and the Carolinas
(Full presentation)
by Michael Covington

The August 2017 Solar Eclipse in Georgia and the Carolinas
(Short presentation)
by Michael Covington

The August 2017 Solar Eclipse in Georgia and the Carolinas
(One-page summary, to print on 14-inch paper and hand out,
or print larger and use as a poster)
by Michael Covington

EN ESPAÑOL:
El Eclipse del Sol de 2017 en Georgia y las Carolinas
(Presentación corta)
por Michael Covington

EN ESPAÑOL:
El Eclipse del Sol de 2017 en Georgia y las Carolinas
(Somario en una página para imprimir y distribuir,
o para imprimir más grande como póster)
por Michael Covington

How to Photograph a Solar Eclipse
by Fred Espenak, with exposure table

Video (about 5 minutes):
Solar Eclipse Across America
American Astronomical Society

Video (about 5 minutes):
How to Safely Watch a Solar Eclipse
American Astronomical Society

AAS Eclipse Page

NASA Eclipse Page

NASA Eclipse Web Site
(all eclipses, more technical)


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