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1905 Eclipse #02

Inside front cover.

CANADIAN ECLIPSE EXPEDITION
1905

DIRECTOR—W. F. KING, LL. D.

J. S. Plaskett.
J. Macara.
L. Gauthier.
W. P. Near.
 
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Eclipse Decal

1991 eclipse decal.

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Thomas Lindsay 1900 (Back)

My father at Wadesborough, North Carolina, May 28-1900. To record an eclipse of the Sun. For, The Toronto Astronomical Society.

© W. Caldwell (great-great grandson of Thomas Lindsay)

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Thomas Lindsay 1900

Thomas Lindsay at Wadesborough, NC, USA on 1900 May 28 to record the total solar eclipse for the Toronto Astronomical Society. © W. Caldwell (great-great grandson of Thomas Lindsay).

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18921021 Warren

Kincardin[?] Oct 21. 92

Dear Sir,

As mentioned in the papers that you would like to have nay notes of observations of the Eclipse of yesterday I send the following.

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CN Eclipse News

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1991 Eclipse Quiz

THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA

      1991 SOLAR ECLIPSE EXPEDITION



SOLAR ECLIPSE OUIZ



1.   The term "eclipse" of the sun is actually a complete misnomer for the
     event that we will see tomorrow. The proper name of the phenomenon is
     a(n) _____________________ of the sun.


2.   The English translation of the Latin word that is our name for the sun's
     atmosphere that we see during the total phase of a solar eclipse is
     _______________________.

3.   Annular eclipses are more frequent than total eclipses.  True or false?

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1991 Eclipse Guide

             THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA
             LA SOCIETE ROYALE D'ASTRONOMIE DU CANADA



                          (RASC Seal)




	136 DUPONT STREET	TORONTO, ONTARIO M5R 1V2



10 July 1991



Dear Expedition Member,

	We take pleasure in welcoming you to The Royal Astronomical
Society of Canada 1991 Solar Eclipse Expedition. This endeavour is a
project of the National Council of the Society, and the Expedition has
been more than two years in preparation and planning.

	Astronomers around the world have been waiting eagerly for this
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1991-06 Update

1991 SOLAR ECLIPSE EXPEDITION
THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA

26 June 1991

Dear Expedition Member:

          This is the final mailing to all Expedition members before the big
day.  Many of you have been calling over the past 10 days to enquire about
the current status of the Expedition, and I am pleased to report that all of
our planning is proceeding better than we could ever have hoped for.

JUNE SITE PREVIEW TRIP

          On Sunday, 23 June I returned from one week in Mexico with J. Randy
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