have captured attention and sparked curiosity about the cosmos since the first appearance
Eclipses of the Sun:
Ken Willcox witnessed his first total eclipse of the Sun in 1979. That event inspired him
to collaborate with Mark Littmann on a comprehensive guide to eclipses.
Totality - Eclipses of the Sun serves as an
invaluable resource for eclipse watchers and students of astronomy.
Among the most dedicated of eclipse chasers, Ken Willcox organized and led five major
expeditions to total solar eclipses in Hawaii (1991), Bolivia (1994), India (1995),
Mongolia (1997), and Aruba (1998).
Ken lost his eleven year fight against cancer
on February 26th, 1999 -- exactly one year after the great Caribbean total eclipse of the
The new edition of Totality that has been
updated, with the help of Fred Espenak, to include current information on the August 1999
eclipse, as well as information on other major eclipses of the forthcoming decade.
Cambridge Eclipse Photography Guide:
How and where to observe and photograph eclipses -- A comprehensive guide to everything a
viewer must know to observe and photograph solar and lunar eclipses.
Sun, Moon and
This book reveals the poetic cosmology that lies within the cycles of the Sun and Moon as
seen from the Earth.
The what, where, when, why and how guide to solar and lunar eclipse watching. All the
down-to-earth information you need to capture and appreciate these heavenly phenomena. No
other guide provides such depth of coverage, including an extensive section on how to best
photograph or video an eclipse.
Total Eclipses of the Sun:
Eclipses have captured attention and sparked curiosity about the cosmos since the first
appearance of humankind. Having been blamed for everything from natural disasters to the
fall of kings, they are now invaluable tools for understanding many celestial as well as