NASA Solar Eclipse Bulletins

Total Solar Eclipse of 3 November 1994 (NASA RP 1318)

This is an experimental, rather rushed implementation of the NASA Eclipse Bulletin for the 3 November 1994 eclipse for Mosaic clients. The intent is to supplement the hardcopy NASA Reference Publication, which is currently out of print. Given the imminence of the eclipse, we thought a rough-around-the-edges Web Bulletin was better than none at all.

Total Solar Eclipse of 3 November 1994 (NASA RP 1318) contains detailed predictions for this event and include besselian elements, geographic coordinates of the path of totality, physical ephemeris of the umbra, topocentric limb profile corrections, local circumstances for cities, maps of the eclipse path, weather prospects, the lunar limb profile and the sky during totality. Information on safe eclipse viewing and eclipse photography is included.

This is a Web implementation of the NASA 1994 Eclipse Bulletin. The following index allows you to navigate to any part of this document.

"Total Solar Eclipse of 3 November 1994" (NASA RP 1318)

NASA Eclipse Bulletins contain detailed predictions, maps and meteorology for future central solar eclipses of interest. These publications are prepared in cooperation with the Working Group on Eclipses of the International Astronomical Union and are provided as a public service to both the professional and lay communities, including educators and the media. In order to allow a reasonable lead time for planning purposes, subsequent bulletins will be published 18 to 24 months before each event.

The document "Total Solar Eclipse of 3 November 1994" (NASA RP 1318) was written by Fred Espenak (NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA) and Jay Anderson (Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA). Hard copies of this publication may be ordered using the Bulletin Request Form. Note that you must include a SASE (self-addressed, stamped envelope) with postage for 12 ounces (340 grams) with your request. Do not send cash or checks!

Permission is freely granted to reproduce any portion of this NASA publication. All uses and/or publication of this material should be accompanied by an appropriate acknowledgment of the source (e.g.- Eclipse maps and data courtesy of Fred Espenak and Jay Anderson, "Total Solar Eclipse of 3 November 1994" (NASA RP 1318) ).

Comments, suggestions and corrections are solicited to improve the content and layout in subsequent editions of this publication series.

    Fred Espenak                              Jay Anderson
    NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center        Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
    Planteary Systems Laboratory, Code 693    189 Kingsway Ave.     
    Greenbelt, MD 20771                       Winnipeg, MB,           
    USA                                       CANADA  R3M 0G4     
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