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Solar and Lunar Eclipse Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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M. Belloni and T. Timberlake
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The Solar and Lunar Eclipse model simulates the occurrences of solar and lunar eclipses. Moon's orbital inclination of 5.145 degrees with respect to the ecliptic (the Earth-Sun…
  
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F. Espenak
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This site looks at solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, planetary transits, and moon phases. This site tells you about past occurences of these phenomenom and when future eclipses will…
  
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Editor: K. Lehman
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This activity is useful for teachers who are discussing the the motion of the sun, moon and earth and how they all interact and cause daily motion, phases of the moon, and eclipses.
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D. Stern
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This pair of web pages describes early calculations of the Earth-Moon distance by Greek astronomers. Using lunar and solar eclipses, the astronomers Aristarchus and Hipparchus…
Solar and Lunar Eclipse JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, T. Timberlake, and M. Belloni
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The Solar and Lunar Eclipse JavaScript Model simulates the occurrences of solar and lunar eclipses. Moon's orbital inclination of 5.145 degrees with respect to the ecliptic (the…
  
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R. Vieyra
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This AAPT lesson blends physics and Earth/Space science as students build and use a physical model to explore the geometry of eclipse events. The model allows learners to model how…
  
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A. Fraknoi and D. Schatz; Publisher: National Science Teachers Association
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This illustrated booklet describes, in everyday language, the circumstances of the Aug. 21, 2017 eclipse of the Sun, which will be total in a narrow path stretching diagonally across…
  
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K. Miller and S. Miller
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This website is a tutorial on the phases of the moon, earthshine, and eclipses. There are a number of diagrams in this website that aid in teaching these topics. This site ends with…