You can start with the table of contents, the list of figures, the list of tables, or the list of maps. Since we have not had time to add very many hypertext links to the text (even to link consecutive sections of the Bulletin), we recommend using the table of contents as the most useful entry point.
The original hardcopy Bulletin, NASA Reference Publication 1318, was written by Fred Espenak (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA) and Jay Anderson (Prairie Weather Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada). You can request copies of future Eclipse Bulletins from the authors (the 1995 October 24 total eclipse bulletin should be published by June) by using the request form in this Bulletin. Note that you must include a SASE (self address stamped envelope) with postage for 11 ounces (310 grams) with your request. Do not send cash or checks!
NASA Reference Publication 1301 ( 10 May 1994 annular solar eclipse), is also available via the Web.
These plots were kindly donated by Frank Roussel, who manages an outstanding astronomical image Web server.
See also the list of figures and list of maps from this Eclipse Bulletin for more eclipse path plots.