Reference: NASA Total Solar Eclipse Press Kit and Other Eclipse Resources
Live Coverage via NASA TV
UPDATE August 20: Precision Eclipse Computation Database (“What to Expect” at Any Location; via Wolfram|Alpha)
UPDATE August 19: The Best—and Quirkiest—Maps of the 2017 Solar Eclipse (via National Geographic)
UPDATE August 18: Eclipse Will Have Atmospheric Impact (via NCEI)
UPDATE August 17: Links to Eclipse Apps From the Smithsonian, Exploratorium, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Others
UPDATE August 14: NASA Announces Television Coverage for Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse
UPDATE August 10: NASA Provides Tips For Photographing the Total Solar Eclipse ||| Additional Eclipse Photography Tips, Resources, and Images
- This NASA press kit (40 pages; PDF) is loaded with useful information about the upcoming solar eclipse.
Emergency Management: Solar Eclipses: Planning Resources (via TRACIE)
Transportation: 2017 Solar Eclipse Transportation Fact Sheet for State and Local Departments of Transportation (via FHWA)
Transportation: National Operations Center of Excellence Nationwide Solar Eclipse
Weather: The Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 (via National Weather Service)
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