Solar Eclipse Links
Sheridan Williams - Sheridan is this site's host. He is an eclipse tour guide, ex rocket-scientist and college lecturer. He has appeared on TV and radio, lives in England and is available to give talks.
Fred Espenak - The world's most well-known eclipse expert, Fred lives in the US and maintains probably the best web sites for eclipse afficionados.
Jay Anderson - Jay is a Canadian meteorologist specialising in weather prospects for viewing eclipses.
Jay's experiences of eclipses back from the present to 1959 in the USA
Glenn Schneider Glenn Schneider lives in the US and is an umbraphile (literally a "shadow lover"), but properly applied, one who is addicted to the glory and majesty of total solar eclipses. Glenn has basked in the moon's umbral shadow twenty-six times.
Xavier Jubier's Google Earth eclipse maps.
Larry Evans' from Side, Turkey in 2006
Mark Sukhija - Mark's Travel Notes
Daniel Fischer - from Germany
Ecliptomaniacs - Irish eclipse chasers
Nick Quinn - (UK) Details of eclipse travels
Bill Kramer's Eclipse-Chasers a general eclipse site with information (and reports) from past eclipse and future eclipses. Also contains information about solar eclipses, eclipse related items such as stamps and coins, and lots of other eclipse trivia.
Jeffrey R. Charles EclipseChaser's home page
Dan McGlaun - producer of Saros animated GIFs
Josep Masalles - Spanish eclipse chaser
German language eclipse site - Stefan Krause
Xavier Jubier - France's leading eclipse chaser
Alan Rifkin - Runs trips and provides support services for local Astronomy and telescope related organizations under the name of Black Sun Expeditions.
Maurice Allais - Descriptions of the anomalous observations during the solar eclipses of 1954 and 1959, of other claimed anomalous physical effects during eclipses, and of modern attempts at further investigation.
NASA Eclipse links - NASA maintains a links page too
Williams College - Jay Pasachoff (US)
HM Nautical Almanac Office - Eclipses Online
International Astronomical Union - Working Group on Solar Eclipses (Public education)
University of North Dakota - Sun Earth Moon System Project