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A brief description of how Solar Eclipses work and the different types of eclipses. Part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
Lots of information about eclipses : why they happen, explanations of annular, partial and lunar eclipses.
An animation (with explanation) of the sun, moon and the earth, showing the arrangement during a solar eclipse , plus a synchronized view from earth.
Site dedicated to the solar eclipse of 1999. The parent site has some good descriptions of the mechanics of eclipse of all sorts.
Look up solar and lunar eclipses worldwide in this searchable database.
Practical advice on how to view a solar eclipse including instructions on how to make a pinhole projector.
U.S. naval Observatory web page that lists details of recent and future solar and lunar eclipses, including maps and data sheets.
A short animated movie and quiz explaining eclipses. This site allows you to watch two movies a day before subscribing.
Here you'll find information about some recent and upcoming eclipses of the Sun and Moon.
This simple animation show what happens during a lunar eclipse as the moon passes through the shadow of the Earth.
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