Your Guide to the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse [E-Book] / by Michael E. Bakich.
Bakich, Michael E, (author)
1st ed. 2016.
Book [E-Book] /
Cham : Springer, 2016
XIII, 395 pages 273 illustrations, 255 illustrations in color (online resource)
englisch
9783319276328
10.1007/978-3-319-27632-8
The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series
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505 0 |a Introduction -- Total Solar eclipse -- Illustrated Eclipse Glossary -- First Look -- 25 frequently Answered Questions -- Observing the Sun Safely -- How NOT to Observe the Sun -- Rehearsing for the Eclipse -- Cool Products for a Hot Sun -- What Will You See? -- Earthly Effects -- Picking the Right Equipment -- Photographing the Eclipse -- Projects for Observing the Sun and the Eclipse -- Observing Outside the Center Line -- Planning for Eclipse Day -- Eclipse Tours -- Weather Predictions -- 20 Hot Spots for Viewing -- Appendices -- Index. 
520 |a In this book Astronomy Magazine editor Michael Bakich presents all the information you'll need to be ready for the total solar eclipse that will cross the United States on August 21, 2017. In this one resource you'll find out where the eclipse will occur, how to observe it safely, what you'll experience during the eclipse, the best equipment to choose, how to photograph the event, detailed weather forecasts for locations where the Moon's shadow will fall, and much more.  Written in easy-to-understand language (and with a glossary for those few terms you may not be familiar with), this is the must-have reference for this unique occurrence. It's not a stretch to say that this eclipse will prove to be the most viewed sky event in history. That's why even now, more than a year before the eclipse, astronomy clubs, government agencies, cities - even whole states - are preparing for the unprecedented onslaught of visitors whose only desire is to experience darkness at midday. Bakich informs observers what anyone will need to observe, enjoy, and understand this event. 
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