Lots of GREAT links for you, with more information about the eclipse!
Community and institutional links regarding the 2017 eclipse
The best eclipse page! ...from Mr. Eclipse himself, Fred Espenak!
A great site with lots of eclipse information, published by the prestigious Astronomical Society of the Pacific!
Xavier Jubier's Google map - Click on your location to get the local circumstances of the eclipse! (An information page will open first)
A great gateway site by one of America's premier Astronomy organizations, with lots of fantastic information!
An amazing site, dedicated to the 2017 eclipse, by the world's best maker of eclipse maps - Michael Zeiler!
Astronomy Magazine's great FAQ page about the eclipse!
Sky & Telescope Magazine's 2017 eclipse page. Also, check out their great guide to the 2017 total solar eclipse
Miloslav Druckmüller's eclipse photography is as close as you'll get to what totality REALLY looks like!
NASA's official 2017 eclipse web site
USNO's official eclipse web site
The American Astronomical Society's 2017 eclipse outreach page
Another great site about the 2017 eclipse, from NASA!
A great site to help you understand how to travel to eclipses, and quite a bit more!
(Make sure to see their local circumstances calculator for the 2017 eclipse!!)
Wikipedia article on the 2017 eclipse
A site discussing the psychology of eclipses, presented by Dr. Kate Russo, and filled with lots of great information!
Hermit eclipse's page about the 2017 eclipse
A great eclipse magazine by veteran eclipse chaser Larry Stevens
More Eclipse Stuff (!!) from Mr. Eclipse (Fred Espenak) - a great site, with all the info you need!
Overlap of the paths of totality for Eclipse 2017 and Eclipse 2024
Great products from one of the world's leading telescope manufacturers! These affordable scopes are ready to go for SAFE, direct solar viewing!
Read about eclipses on Dan McGlaun's own site (including stories of his travels to see them!)