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Author: David Baron
Book Format: Hardcover
Original Title: American Eclipse: A Nations Epic Race to Catch the Shadow of the Moon and Win the Glory of the World
Number Of Pages: 330 pages
First Published in: June 6th 2017
Latest Edition: June 6th 2017
Language: English
Awards: Colorado Book Award Nominee for History (2018), PEN/E.O. Wilson Prize for Literary Science Writing Nominee for Shortlist (2018), American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award for Books (2018)
Generes: History, Non Fiction, Science, Science, Astronomy, Space, Historical, North American History, American History, Audiobook, Environment, Nature, Science, History Of Science,
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Popular Books

Here you'll find some of the best eclipse-related books and articles available, as judged by members of the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force. To avoid overwhelming you with too much information, we've intentionally weighted our listings toward resources that are relatively new, up to date, and/or especially relevant to the August 21, 2017, solar eclipse across America. We've also considered quality, of course; if a book or article is listed here, we think it's of high quality. If it's not listed here, that doesn't mean it's not of high quality — it just means we can't list everything. If you have, or know of, a resource that you think belongs here, please contact us; we can't guarantee that we'll add the item to our website, but we will consider it.

Books

  • American Eclipse: A Nation’s Epic Race to Catch the Shadow of the Moon and Win the Glory of the World, David Baron (W. W. Norton, 2017)
  • Atlas of the Great American Eclipse, Michael Zeiler (GreatAmericanEclipse.com, 2017)
  • Being in the Shadow: Stories of the First Time Eclipse Experience, Kate Russo (Being in the Shadow, 2017)
  • Eclipse Bulletin: Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 August 21, Fred Espenak & Jay Anderson (Astropixels Publishing, 2015)
  • Eclipse: History. Science. Awe. 3rd Edition, Bryan Brewer (Earth View, 2017)
  • Eclipses Illustrated: Book 1 — The Eclipse Experience, Jay Ryan (Amazon Digital Services, 2016)
  • Eclipses Illustrated: Book 2 — Eclipses and the Orbit of the Moon, Jay Ryan (Amazon Digital Services, 2017)
  • Get Eclipsed: The Complete Guide to the American Eclipse, Fred Espenak & Patricia Totten Espenak (Astropixels Publishing, 2016)
  • Getting a Feel for Eclipses, Cassandra Runyon et al. (NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute)
  • How to Photograph the Solar Eclipse: A Guide to Capturing the 2017 Total Eclipse of the Sun, Alan Dyer (Amazing Sky, 2017)
  • In the Shadow of the Moon: The Science, Magic, and Mystery of Solar Eclipses, Anthony Aveni (Yale University Press, 2017)
  • Mask of the Sun: The Science, History and Forgotten Lore of Eclipses, John Dvorak (Pegasus Books, 2017)
  • Road Atlas for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017, Fred Espenak (Astropixels Publishing, 2015)
  • See the Great American Eclipse of August 21, 2017, Michael Zeiler (GreatAmericanEclipse.com, 2016)
  • Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More, Dennis Schatz & Andrew Fraknoi (NSTA Press, 2016)
  • Sun Moon Earth: The History of Solar Eclipses from Omens of Doom to Einstein and Exoplanets, Tyler Nordgren (Basic Books, 2016)
  • The Under-Standing of Eclipses, 5th Edition, Guy Ottewell (Universal Workshop, 2016)
  • Total Addiction: The Life of an Eclipse Chaser, Kate Russo (Springer, 2012)
  • Total Eclipse of the Sun: Coast to Coast USA, Pam Hine (Mascot Books, 2017)
  • Totality — The Great American Eclipses of 2017 and 2024, Mark Littmann & Fred Espenak (Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • Your Guide to the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse, Michael Bakich (Springer, 2016)

Books for Children & Families

  • The Big Eclipse Book, Nancy Coffelt (Orbit Oregon, 2016)
  • The Big Eclipse Activity Book, Nancy Coffelt & Elaine Guyler (Orbit Oregon, 2016)
  • Total Eclipse or Bust! A Family Road Trip, Patricia Totten Espenak (Astropixels Publishing, 2015)
  • When the Sun Goes Dark, Andrew Fraknoi & Dennis Schatz (NSTA Press, 2017)
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Magazines/Special Issues

The following magazines are mostly or entirely focused on the August 21, 2017, solar eclipse across America. Some are for sale on newsstands and/or available for ordering online, while others are readable (all or in part) online:

  • America's 2017 Eclipse, Sky & Telescope (F+W Media)
  • Astronomy, August 2017 (Kalmbach Publishing)
  • Sky & Telescope, August 2017 (F+W Media)
  • SkyNews, July/August 2017 (SkyNews, Inc.)
  • Sky's Up, July-September 2017 (Astronomy Outreach Network)
  • StarDate, July/August 2017 (University of Texas McDonald Observatory)

Articles

Astronomy / Astronomy.com (Kalmbach Publishing Co.):

  • '25 Eclipse Tips: How to Make the Most of the 2017 Eclipse,' Michael Bakich, digital supplement to Astronomy, February 2017
  • 'Plan Now for the 2017 Eclipse,” Michael Bakich, Astronomy, March 2016, p. 54
  • “The First Look at the 2017 Total Eclipse,” Michael Bakich, Astronomy, June 2015, p. 54
  • 'Two Dozen Tips for the August 21, 2017, Total Solar Eclipse,' Michael Bakich, August 8, 2014, Astronomy.com
  • '25 Facts You Should Know About the August 21, 2017, Total Solar Eclipse,' Michael Bakich, August 5, 2014, Astronomy.com
  • 'Your Guide to Preparing for the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse,' Michael Bakich, Astronomy; available as a free PDF

Astronomy Technology Today (ATT):

  • 'The Definitive Equipment Guide to Viewing the 2017 Solar Eclipse' (special-issue 40-page PDF)

Sky & Telescope / SkyandTelescope.com (F+W Media, Inc.):

  • 'RV Guide to the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse,' Joe Laing, September 22, 2016, SkyandTelescope.com
  • 'A Do-It-Yourself Relativity Test,' Donald Bruns, Sky & Telescope, August 2016, p. 32; a postscript to this article appears online at SkyandTelescope.com
  • “Citizen CATE: Wanted, 90 Minutes of Totality,' Matthew Penn, Sky & Telescope, January 2016, p. 29; a version of this article appears online at SkyandTelescope.com
  • “Get Ready for America’s Coast to Coast Eclipse,” Fred Espenak & Jay Anderson, Sky & Telescope, January 2016, p. 22; available as a free PDF

Nature Astronomy (Springer Nature)

  • 'Heliophysics at Total Solar Eclipses,' Jay M. Pasachoff, August 1, 2017

Mercury (Astronomical Society of the Pacific); all available as PDFs on the ASP website:

  • 'An Eclipse-Watcher’s Guide to a Total Eclipse of the Sun,' Paul Deans, Summer 2017
  • 'Solar Eclipse Eye Safety: Facts and Fallacies,' Richard Tresch Fienberg, Spring 2017
  • 'Public Libraries to Receive Solar Viewing Glasses,' Space Science Institute, Winter 2017
  • 'Making the Most of Limited Resources,' Michelle Nichols, Winter 2017
  • 'Party off the Path,' Vivian White with Mike Reynolds, Winter 2017
  • 'Practice, Practice, Practice for a Perfect Solar Eclipse Event,' Larry Metcalf, Winter 2017
  • 'For Better or Worse: Reflections of an Eclipse-Chasing Family,' R. Durisen, A. Mecca & M. Durisen, Autumn 2016
  • 'Eclipse Bulletin: Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 August 21,' review by Joe Rao, Autumn 2016
  • 'A Totality 2017 Eclipse Workshop,' Paul Deans (editor), Summer 2016
  • 'Eclipse 2017 Cartoons,' Jay Ryan, Summer 2016
  • 'In the Path of Totality,' Linda Shore, Summer 2016
  • 'Reflections on a Journey to Totality,' Linda Shore, Summer 2016
  • 'Solar Eclipse 2017 and Citizen Science,' Jennifer Birriel, Summer 2016
  • 'The Eclipse, The Media, and Being Outside the Path,' Joe Rao, Summer 2016
  • 'Touring to Totality in 2017,' Paul Deans, Spring 2016
  • 'Centerline or Edge: Where to View a Total Solar Eclipse,' Tom Van Flandern & Fred Espenak, Autumn 2015
  • 'Words Matter: Talking with the Public About the 2017 Eclipse,' Richard Tresch Fienberg, Autumn 2015
  • 'Fostering Deep Understanding of Eclipses Through Modeling,' Brian Kruse, Summer 2015
  • 'Run a 2017 Eclipse Event for Friends, Neighbors, and Profit,' Douglas Duncan, Summer 2015
  • 'The Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017,' Paul Deans, Summer 2015
  • 'The Lure of Totality,' Linda Shore, Summer 2015

AstroBeat (also from the ASP); PDFs available on the ASP website):

  • 'The Galileoscope: A Tale of Two Eclipses,' Richard Tresch Fienberg, July 2017
  • 'Observing the Total Solar Eclipse with Early Learners,' Anna Hurst, May 2017
  • 'A Solar Eclipse Still Excites in This Day and Age, Even for Astronauts,' Susan Runco, July 2016
  • 'Confessions of an Eclipse Chaser,' Kate Russo, April 2016

Scientific American (Nature America)

  • 'Maximize Your Odds of Seeing the Great American Solar Eclipse,' Michael Zeiler, August 10, 2017

Popular Astronomy (Technica Curiosa)

  • 'A Cosmic Coincidence: The Great American Eclipse — A Conversation with Andrew Fraknoi,' John Schroter, July 20, 2017
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Orion Telescopes & Binoculars

  • Solar Eclipse USA 2017 (series by Stephen James O'Meara)
    • 'A Nail-Biting Sprint to Totality'
    • 'Totality and the Culture of Fear'
    • 'Watch Totality — But Only Totality — Without Eye Protection'
    • 'An Eclipse Viewer's Checklist'
    • 'A Timetable of Eclipse Events'

APS News (American Physical Society)

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  • 'Solar Eclipse Offers Up a Scientific Bonanza,' Gabriel Popkin, March 2017

CBS News

  • 'Great American Eclipse: Excitement Builds for Total Solar Eclipse Aug. 21,' William Harwood, July 21, 2017

MACH (NBC News)

  • 'You Have Questions About the Solar Eclipse. We Have the Answers,' Dan Falk, June 30, 2017

Space.com (Purch)

  • '2017 Total Solar Eclipse: A Magnet for Scientists ... and Hordes of People,' Calla Cofield, January 9, 2017

Los Angeles Times

  • 'Parades, Parties & Port-a-Potties: Eclipse Mania Is Taking Hold from Coast to Coast,' Deborah Netburn, July 20, 2017

New York Times

  • 'Where and How to See the Total Eclipse This Summer in the U.S.' Dave Seminara & Shivani Vorajuly, July 10, 2017

Washington Post

  • 'Americans Have the Chance to See Something Totally Spectacular This Month' Jay Pasachoff, August 11, 2017
  • 'How to Get Kids Ready for, and Excited About, the Great American Eclipse,' Terena Bell, June 29, 2017

Weatherwise (Taylor & Francis Group)

  • 'The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse,' Joe Rao, March-April 2017 (Note: In Table 2, the columns labeled 'Dur.' and 'Alt.' should be 'Alt.' [altitude of the Sun] and 'Mag.' [magnitude, or fraction of the Sun's diameter covered by the Moon].)

FiveThirtyEight.com

  • 'Two Minutes of Darkness with 20,000 Strangers,' Diane A. Kelly, July 24, 2017

American Indian Libraries Association

  • 'A Native Perspective on the Upcoming Total Solar Eclipse,' Naomi Bishop, July 5, 2017