2024 North America State Total Eclipse Guides
Sastrugi Press is publishing total eclipse guides for the U.S. states and Canadian provinces for the April 8, 2024, total eclipse.
2017 State Total Eclipse Guides
Sastrugi Press published total eclipse guides for the different states and selected locations for the August 21, 2017, total eclipse.
These guidebooks are specific to each state. They have photography, viewing, safety, locations, and times contained for your state. There’s enough information to keep you entertained and educated without being overwhelmed.
You’ll feel like you know what you need. You don’t have to have a degree in astrophysics to view and photograph the eclipse. These guides will show you how to do it.
You don’t have to have a degree in astrophysics to view and photograph the eclipse. These guides will show you how to do it. We priced these guides to be budget-friendly. Priced right, we made these guides specifically for you.
There’s no need to buy a guide with all the states in it. You can only be in one state for the totality. Get the correct guide for where you’re going to be.
Diary Keepsake Section
They also contain a diary section so you can write your personal experience in the book. Keep it as a commemorative keepsake. Remember the time you spent with Uncle Bob and Aunt Sue long after they’re gone.
Make some family memories that will last a lifetime. Take your kids to see this. It will be worth taking the day off.
If you aren’t in these states, then you won’t see the totality. It’s a big deal! It’s like listening to a concert outside the arena versus being in the front row. There is no comparison.
What does the Totality Line mean?
Total Eclipse Guide Trailer
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