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By: Jay M Pasachoff and Michael A Covington
135 pages, 15 col plates, illus, tabs, maps
Scientific but absorbing guide for solar and lunar eclipses of the 1990's. Includes maps and descriptions on how and where to watch these events, with particular emphasis on the annular eclipse of 1994 and the total eclipse of 1999.
...a handy guide for enthusiasts. Science News "...the scientist and layperson should find this a most practical guide to observing and photographing eclipses in the 1990. Recommended." Reference Book Review
Acknowledgements; Introduction: darkness sweeps across the Earth; 1. Eclipses of the Moon; 2. Eclipses of the Sun; 3. Cameras, lenses and telescopes; 4. The Annular Solar Eclipse of 10 May 1994 in North America; 5. Total Solar Eclipses through 1998; 6. The Total Solar Eclipse of 11 August 1999 in Europe; 7. Videotaping Solar eclipses; Appendices.
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