I am pleased to launch on this day, exactly three years before the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. 

This website is just beginning. Over the next three years, I will continuously develop more content to educate the American public on where, when, and how to view this amazing spectacle. You'll find many new eclipse maps, videos, historic items, and other resources that you can share with friends and family.

I'd also like to invite other eclipse enthusiasts to participate in the on-going development of this website. Do you have something of interest to say to the readers of this blog? Send me some text and a picture and if it's of quality, relevant, and is your creation, it will be posted here.

I'm building some eclipse photo galleries that will be available soon on this website. Do you have any excellent eclipse photos? Not just corona pictures, but photos such as people viewing the eclipse? Send them with a description and a link to your website and they might appear in the gallery.

Do you have ideas or suggestions for improving this website or making it a community resource?

You can reach me at and I look forward to collaborating with you.

Michael Zeiler

Santa Fe, New Mexico