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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Links to pages about The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

"...This is the first total eclipse of the Sun visible from all 48 contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) since 1979. The last time a total eclipse was visible from coast to coast was in June 8, 1918..."

Google Search 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

Radio Jove Project Article

David Iadevaia's Eclipse Expedition Blog with Radio Observation emphasis

Amateur Radio and Science HamSCI

The HamSCI 2017 Eclipse Experiment Description

Very good page:

"...What is HamSCI?

HamSCI, the Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation, is a platform for the publicity and promotion of projects that are consistent with the following objectives:

Advance scientific research and understanding through amateur radio activities.
Encourage the development of new technologies to support this research.
Provide educational opportunities for the amateur community and the general public.

HamSCI serves as a means for fostering collaborations between professional researchers and amateur radio operators. It assists in developing and maintaining standards and agreements between all people and organizations involved.  HamSCI is not an operations or funding program, nor is it a supervisory organization. HamSCI does not perform research on its own. Rather, it supports other research programs, such as those funded by organizatons like the United States National Science Foundation..."

HamSCI Eclipse team meets in Dayton

Dallas Amateur radio Club planning

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Best Places to view with detailed maps

Jubier Interactive Google Eclipse Map

Elipse Wise with many maps animations and movies

2017’s Total Solar Eclipse: One Year to Go! , Kelly Beatty, 2016 August 19

Citizen CATE Experiment, Continental America Telescopic Eclipse Experiment, 60 observation locations

Relativity test , Donald Burns 2016 June 9

Sky and Telescope Eclipse page

Mr Eclipse Page