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📒Eclipses ✍ Rose Lineman
✏Eclipses Book Summary : The interpretational guidelines and delineations presented in this book include the significance of solar and lunar eclipse sequences, sign influence, house meanings, aspect emphasis and delineation of eclipse location charts. Through detailed analysis of case studies, the author points out the role eclipses play in personal experiences and public events. She traces behavioral and developmental patterns from infancy through maturity, showing correspondence to eclipse activity. Karmic relationships described by prenatal eclipse ties are thoroughly explored Eclipses: Astrological Guideposts concludes with a listing of eclipses from 1900 to 2050.
📒Eclipses ✍ Marcia Zappa
✏Eclipses Book Summary : Expand your young reader's universe! Simple, straightforward text paired with vibrant photos and colorful diagrams breaks down scientific concepts of eclipses, such as the alignment of the sun, Earth, and the moon. Types of eclipses are described, including partial, total, and annular solar eclipses as well as partial and total lunar eclipses. Also discussed are the discovery of eclipses and how scientists study them with telescopes and other tools. Features include a table of contents, fun facts, a glossary with phonetics, and an index. Buddy Books is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Group.
📒Eclipses Of The Sun ✍ Samuel Alfred Mitchell
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📒Eclipses ✍ Frank Close
✏Eclipses Book Summary : "Have you ever seen a total solar eclipse?" If the question caused you to search your memory, the correct answer would have been "no." A common response is: "Yes--I saw one, it was about 90% partial eclipse where I lived." A 90% partial eclipse is indeed a remarkable phenomenon, but true totality leaves all else in the shade, in all senses of the phrase. Ask the question of anyone who has experienced the full sensation of being obliterated by the moon's shadow, and they will reply "yes"--without hesitation--and continue with a monologue describing the overwhelming experiences and unique phenomena that ensued. On 21 August 2017 millions of people across the United States witnessed "The Great American Eclipse" of the Sun. The moment it was over, people around the world were asking questions: what caused the weird shadows and colors in the build up to totality? Were those ephemeral bands of shadows gliding across the ground in the seconds before totality real or an optical illusion? Why this, what that, but above all: where and when can I see a total solar eclipse again? Eclipses: What Everyone Needs to Know helps explain the profound differences between a 99.99% partial eclipse and true totality, and inform readers how to experience this most beautiful natural phenomenon successfully. It covers eclipses of sun, moon, and other astronomical objects, and their applications in science, as well as their role in history, literature, and myth. It describes the phenomena to expect at a solar eclipse and the best ways to record them--by camera, video, or by simple handmade experiments. The book covers the timetable of upcoming eclipses, where the best locations will be to see them, and the opportunities for using them as vehicles for inspiration and education. As a veteran of seven total solar eclipses, physicist Frank Close is an expert both on the theory and practice of eclipses. Eclipses: What Everyone Needs to Know is a popular source of information on the physics of eclipses.
📒Totality ✍ Mark Littmann
✏Totality Book Summary : A guide to solar eclipses for the general public with detailed coverage of the 2017 and 2024 total eclipses over the U.S, discussing how, when, and where to see the coming total solar eclipses, how to photograph and video record them, and how to do so safely.
📒Historical Eclipses ✍ Andrew Steinmetz
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📒Eclipses ✍ Martha E. H. Rustad
✏Eclipses Book Summary : There's more to an eclipse than meets the eye! Simple text introduces readers to solar and lunar eclipses. Includes information about why eclipses occur, how often they occur, and how young readers can find more information so they can experience an eclipse themselves.
📒Total Eclipses ✍ Pierre Guillermier
✏Total Eclipses Book Summary : Lively and easy to understand, Total Eclipses presents the myths and legends associated with solar and lunar eclipses through the ages, the mechanisms governing these events, their beauty, and the wealth of information gleaned from them by astronomers and astrophysicists. "Gives a wide variety of information on observing eclipses for the novice as well as on the value of eclipses to professionals...any reader can find information at an interesting and appropriate level and can be sure that he is being guided knowledgeably." -NATURE
📒Eclipses ✍ Aleksandr Lʹvovich Pogodin
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📒Eclipse Interpretation Manual ✍ Rose Lineman
✏Eclipse Interpretation Manual Book Summary : The eclipse is viewed as part of a sequence. Its initial influences are described along with the meanings of the solar & lunar eclipses in the signs & houses, & their aspects to the planets. The author covers the meaning of the Moon's Nodes & the importance of the eclipses when falling on any of the four angles. Her delineation techniques are clearly explained.