- Xavier Jubier’s Interactive Maps provide the underlying code for the maps in the Totality app. Just choose an eclipse date from his menu and you’ll get a fantastic interact map of the eclipse path.
- 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 2024 eclipse in particular.
- NASA’s eclipse education web site — source for lots of great stuff, including animations and activities
- The American Astronomical Society’s eclipse site
- Learn about weather prospects for upcoming eclipses at the Eclipsophile web site created by Jay Anderson and Jennifer West.
- Doug Duncan’s Coursera Course About Eclipses
- Doug Duncan’s PDF Guide to Outreach Planning for Eclipses
- Andy Fraknoi’s much more extensive list of eclipse resources
Learn More About Astronomy
To learn more about astronomy in general, check out Big Kid Science author Jeffrey Bennett’s textbook series.