Here you'll find some of the best eclipse-related resources available, as judged by members of the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force. To avoid overwhelming you with too much information, we've intentionally weighted our listings toward resources that are relatively new, up to date, and/or especially relevant to the October 14, 2023, and/or April 8, 2024, American solar eclipses. We've also considered quality, of course; if a resource is listed here, we think it's of high quality. If it's not listed here, that doesn't mean it's not of high quality — it just means we can't list everything (or haven't heard of it).
- Apps & Software
- Books & Articles
- Images & Videos (Royalty-Free)
- Maps, Globes & Calculators
- Solar Filters & Viewers
- Telescopes & Binoculars
Other Lists of Resources
Here are some other excellent compilations of eclipse-related resources:
- Essential Eclipse Resources (Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com)
- Reference Materials (Jay Pasachoff, IAU Working Group on Solar Eclipses)
If you have, or know of, a resource (or list of resources) that you think belongs here, please contact us; we can't guarantee that we'll add the item to our website, but we will consider it.