NASA eclipse bulletins contain detailed predictions, maps and meteorology for future central solar eclipses of interest. Part of NASA's Reference Publication (RP) series, the bulletins are provided as a service to the international astronomical community in the planning and execution of successful eclipse expeditions. They should also be useful to educators, the media and the lay community as a source of concise eclipse information. Comments, suggestions and corrections are solicited to improve subsequent eclipse bulletins.

To allow lead time for planning purposes, NASA eclipse bulletins will be published 18 to 24 months before each event. Single copies of the bulletins are available at no cost. All requests must be accompanied by a 9" x 12" SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) with sufficient postage for each bulletin (11 oz. or 310 g.). Please print either the RP-number or the eclipse date (year & month) of the bulletin(s) ordered in the lower left corner of the SASE and return with this completed form to either of the authors below. Requests from outside the U.S. and Canada may use International postal coupons to cover postage. Exceptions to the postage requirements will be made for international requests where political or economic restraints prevent the transfer of funds to other countries.

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