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Eclipse Events

1998 February 26 (8)

1999 August 11 (20)

2000 December 25 (3)

2001 June 21 (12)

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Site Listings

Solar Eclipse: Stories From the Path of Totality [*] - The Exploratorium's site focusing on the science, historical accounts, and natural wonder of solar eclipses.

BBC Online: Solar Eclipse

Eclipse Chasers - general information about solar eclipses, tips on photographing an eclipse, personal experiences, and more.

EclipseChaser - including total solar eclipse and astronomy related articles and images.

McGlaun.com Eclipse Page - an eclipse freak's experiences in the shadow.

Partial Solar Eclipse: July 30/31, 2000 - visible from western North America on Sunday, July 30 and from northern Asia and Scandinavia on Monday, July 31.

Solar Eclipse - coverage of solar eclipses since 1991: images/videos/QTVR, panoramas/time-lapse-sequences, plus travel log and pictures.

Solar Eclipses - explained with illustrations.

Total Solar Eclipse Described by Plutarch - from Histos, electronic journal of ancient historiography at the University of Durham.

Zimbabwe Eclipse - provides maps and information about the June 21, 2001 and December 4, 2002 total solar eclipses visible in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa.

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