On Monday, August 21, 2017, there will be a solar eclipse of the sun visible from large parts of North America, from Oregon across to South Carolina. It will be the first total eclipse visible from mainland US since 1979, and there will not be a significant total eclipse in Europe until 2026. For many westerners, therefore, 2017 is the best opportunity for decades to view a solar eclipse.alt;bragt;alt;bragt;Preparation is key to successfully observing an eclipse. This guide to the 2017 eclipse tells you the best places and exact times to see the eclipse (including detailed maps), as well as lots of tips on the best locations, safety equipment, and what to expect, minute by minute.alt;bragt;alt;bragt;The awe-inspiring nature of experiencing a total eclipse cannot be underestimated. This invaluable book will help you make the most of those few precious minutes.Where and How to Best View It Wolfgang Held. Once the eclipse has crossed the forests of Oregon, its shadow reaches the Rocky Mountains in Idaho. Take care with the boundary between Pacific and Mountain Time which does not follow the anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Solar Eclipse of 2017|
|Publisher||:||Floris Books - 2015-01-15|