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Totality : the great American eclipses of 2017 and 2024 / Mark Littmann and Fred Espenak.

Littmann, Mark, 1939- author. (Author). Espenak, Fred, author. (Added Author).
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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library 523.78 L (Text) 39493108028756 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 08/24/2017
Hudson (Fontana) Science & Nature 523.78 LIT (Text) 39493108421670 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 08/29/2017
Mauney Memorial Library 523.78 LIT (Text) 26280860058244 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Walkertown Branch 523.78 L (Text) 0112521465678 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 09/02/2017
Wilkes County Public Library 523.7 LIT (Text) 50501011530009 Adult Nonfiction Checked out 08/24/2017

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  • ISBN: 9780198795698
  • ISBN: 0198795696
  • Physical Description: xiii, 347 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2017.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-337) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: The experience of totality -- The great celestial cover-up -- Ancient efforts to understand -- Eclipses in mythology -- The strange behavior of man and beast, long ago -- The Sun at work -- The first eclipse chasers -- The eclipse that made Einstein famous -- Observing a total eclipse -- Eye safety during solar eclipses -- The strange behavior of man and beast, modern times -- Eclipse photography -- The all-American eclipse of 2017 -- The weather outlook -- When is the next one? Total eclipses: 2018-2023 -- Coming back to America: the total eclipse of 2024 -- Epilogue: Eclipses--cosmic perspective, human perspective.
Summary, etc.: A complete guide to solar eclipses for the general public with detailed coverage of the 2017 and 2024 total eclipses over the U.S. Well timed for the August 2017 eclipse over North America, it shows how, when, and where to see the coming total solar eclipses, how to photograph and video record them, and how to do so safely.
Subject: Solar eclipses.

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