Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide: Commemorative Official Guidebook by Aaron LinsdauJackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide: Commemorative Official Guidebook by Aaron Linsdau

Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide: Commemorative Official Guidebook

byAaron Linsdau

Paperback | February 1, 2017

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On August 21, a remarkable event will occur in Grand Teton National Park. A rare total eclipse will pass directly over one of America’s most famous national parks. If you are planning to view the total eclipse in Wyoming, you need the Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide.

This book has everything you need to know about viewing and photographing the eclipse from the Jackson Hole area. In it, you will find some of the secret locations locals know.

Why Buy the Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide?

Where should you watch the eclipse from? How will you find these locations? If you have never been to Grand Teton before, you might get lost. You don’t want to be lost on the big day of the eclipse! The book even will tell you exactly where to stand if you want to see the eclipse directly over the Grand Teton. It’s not where you think it is. This commemorative official guide has information on lodging, travel and local secrets.


The book contains photography exposure settings for your camera. If you’re interested in creating a stunning photo of the sun’s corona, the book tells you the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings you’ll need. You will find a wealth of information about how to safely and successfully photograph this rare total eclipse that will traverse the United States.

Guides for the Twelve States Under the Main Park of the Totality

See other state eclipse guides, purchase wholesale or signed author copies at the publisher website: www.sastrugipress.com/eclipse

Title:Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide: Commemorative Official GuidebookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.15 inPublished:February 1, 2017Publisher:Sastrugi PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1944986049

ISBN - 13:9781944986049

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Table of Contents

IntroductionAll About EclipsesTotal vs Partial EclipseEarly Myth & AstronomyContemporary American Solar PhenomenaFuture American EclipsesAll About JacksonOverview of JacksonWeatherNormal Jackson Weather PatternForest FiresLocal News informationGrand Teton National Park SafetyAltitude SicknessViewing and Photographing the EclipsePlanning AheadUnderstanding Sun PositionEclipse Data for Jackson, WYEclipse PhotographyEclipse Photography GearCamera PhonesViewing Locations Around Jackson HoleNotesRemember the Jackson Hole Total Eclipse

Editorial Reviews

The 2017 total solar eclipse will undoubtedly be the biggest event in Jackson since people first skied here. The event will strain local resources and cause frustration for both locals and visitors. This guide to the eclipse is the definitive handbook for everyone considering the greater Jackson area as their viewing location and will help visitors and locals effectively plan and maximize their minutes in the darkness. From astronomy to meteorology and mythology to geography Linsdau provides practical solutions to almost every potential problem confronting viewers and photographers of the eclipse. The guide is not only science but is a clearly articulated, practical handbook that identifies specific threats to ideal viewing of the eclipse and suggests meaningful ways to make it the event of a lifetime.The guide emphasizes safe and workable solutions to issues of viewing locations, weather, and advanced planning. The section on safe viewing and photography provides specifics far beyond most articles on the subject helping the reader to prepare, relax, and enjoy the event. The details about photographic gear and techniques are definitive, workable, and effective. While the first half of the guide prepares the reader for the event it is the second half that provides stunning detail for special locations that will give the viewer or photographer unique and remote locations for the viewing unencumbered by flocks of people in the valley. The precise details of sun angle and azimuth and time to reach each location will save the reader hours of research.If your plans include viewing the 2017 eclipse the greater western Wyoming / eastern Idaho region, this guide is essential reading for your preparation. -Loren Nelson, Director of the Teton Photography Group