- Xavier Jubier’s Interactive Map for the 2017 total solar eclipse — absolutely phenomenal, which is why we are using it as the basis for our Totality app; also see Xavier’s general eclipse site, where you can find or generate details for any eclipse, past or future.
- Fred Espanek’s “Mr. Eclipse” site — perhaps the ultimate source for information about eclipses of all types throughout history
- The Hermit Eclipse site, which is a compilation of data from other sites but organized very nicely, especially if you are looking for details on how to view upcoming eclipses.
- Michael Zeiler’s Great American Eclipse site — lots of details about the 2017 eclipse in particular.
- NASA’s web site for the 2017 eclipse — source for lots of great stuff, including animations and activities
- The American Astronomical Society’s 2017 eclipse site
- Eclipse 2017.org
- Doug Duncan’s Coursera Course About the Eclipse
- Doug Duncan’s PDF Guide to Outreach Planning for the Eclipse
- Andy Fraknoi’s much more extensive list of additional eclipse resources
Learn More About Astronomy
To learn more about astronomy in general, check out Big Kid Science author Jeffrey Bennett’s textbook series.