Astropixels Publishing

On August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible from the contiguous United States for the first time in 38 years. Get ready for this must-see event with our award-winning eclipse guides.

  1. Eclipse Bulletin: Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 August 21 by Fred Espenak & Jay Anderson
    This complete guide to the eclipse is filled with tables, charts, maps, weather data and eclipse times for more that a thousand cities in the USA. Click Here For More Information

  2. Road Atlas for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 by Fred Espenak
    This book contains detailed road maps of the entire eclipse path from Oregon to South Carolina. Information printed on the maps makes it easy to estimate the duration of totality from any location in the eclipse path. Click Here For More Information

  3. Total Eclipse or Bust! A Family Road Trip by Patricia Espenak
    The story follows a typical family on a road trip to see the 2017 eclipse. Along the way the children learn all about the how and why of eclipses in a friendly and an uncomplicated way. The book also explains how to safely view the eclipse and where to go to see it. Click Here For More Information

These Astropixels Eclipse Guides have been recognized by Sky and Telescope magazine as three of their Hot Products for 2016.

Publications


Eclipse Bulletin:
Total Solar Eclipse
of 2017


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Road Atlas for the
Total Solar Eclipse
of 2017


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Total Eclipse or Bust!
A Family Road Trip!


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Get Eclipsed
Complete Guide to 2017 Eclipse


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Thousand Year Canon
of Solar Eclipses


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Thousand Year Canon
of Lunar Eclipses


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Atlas of Central
Solar Eclipses in the USA


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21st Century
Canon of
Solar Eclipses


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Totality -
The Great American Eclipses
of 2017 and 2024


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Other Eclipse Books


Great American Eclipse


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Great American Eclipse is a beautifully illustrated guide by eclipse map expert Michael Zeiler. It gives prospective eclipse viewers all the information needed to safely view the eclipse.

A special book feature is the two attached eclipse viewing glasses, certified to be completely safe for viewing the partial stages of an eclipse.

Highly recommended.
Eclipse Nuts


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Eclipse Nuts is a collection of cartoons by eclipse chaser Bill Kramer. Total Solar Eclipses are life altering and can become an obsession. The cartoons show it can also have a humorous side.

Created over the past few years for lecture slides, just for fun, and even used at real science conferences, these cartoons cover a wide range of eclipse chaser topics. Some are advanced and require some scientific background to understand while others are very simple human reactions - understood by anyone.

A must for all eclipse chasers!

List of Publications


Astropixels Publishing
P.O. Box 16197
Portal, AZ 85632


For permissions requests, questions or more information about publications, please contact Fred Espenak at the address above, or though email via Contact.