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Programmer: Bill Kramer
Last update: April 17 2015


Eclipse Reports

The majority of this total solar eclipse took place over the continental USA yielding the name Great American Eclipse. August was an excellent month for solar eclipses in the USA. Over much of the eclipse path a typical August day is hot and humid with a potential for late afternoon rain showers. This one was gladly typical except in a few locations. Millions of people were able to see this eclipse. And since the last time an eclipse was visible in the continental USA (lower 48) was 1979, whole generations have been born - thus it was a first for many. The majority that went to the totality path state that it was worth it. Those that missed the central total by a slight amount also reported interesting views. And everywhere else in the lower 48 of the USA saw a partial eclipse with thousands of people using solar eclipse glasses to catch a clear view.

Links to external websites

Martin Junius - Oregon (video)
Stefan and Ursula Meyer (video)
Antonietta Villani - Wyoming (video)
Mr Eclipse - Casper WY
Catalin Beldea
Blythe and Andrews Excellent Eclipse Adventure (Madras OR)
Marcellinus Prien - Casper WY
Glenn Schneider - Madras Oregon
Science Daily - Eclipse 2017
2017 Eclipse eBook by Michael Thomas
Mt Jefferson Oregon Eclipse - Ruben Ruiz (video)
Robert Slobbins Flash Spectra (video)
South Carolina Eclipse Team
MMV images by Miloslav Druckmuller
Eclipse as seen from the Moon
Eclipse over Clemson (South Carolina)
Peter den Hartog - Swan Valley ID
Geert Vandenbulcke
Josep Masalles Roman - Oregon

List presented in random order

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