2009, China

Total Solar Eclipse on July 22, 2009 at China


Peñaloza-Murill Anomalies and Fluctuations of Near-surface Air Temperature at Tianhuangping (Zhejiang), China, Produced by the Longest Total Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century Under Cloudy Skies

Pre-Eclipse Press Release

More Eclipse Images

Williams College Eclipse Expedition 4-part movie; edited by Mike Kentrianakis, including HD video by Paul Rosenthal

Fisheye Movie by Aram Friedman

The New York Times blogs about our Eclipse Expedition:

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Predictions for our site at Tianhuangping, west of Hangzhou, China, by Fred Espenak, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

National Geographic News Eclipse Photos

NASA/Espenak map

Map of the Eclipse Team’s location in China

Jay Pasachoff’s  article in the journal Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 9, number 6, pp. 613-634, May 2009 issue. “Scientific observations at total solar eclipses”

The 2008 August 1 Eclipse Solar-Minimum Corona Unraveled; Jay M. Pasachoff, Vojtech Rusin, Miloslav Druckmuller, Peter Aniol, Metod Saniga, Milan Minarovjech; The Astrophysical Journal 702 (2009) 1297-1308

The 2009 Williams College Eclipse Team