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ЭСПЕНАК Фред ♂ 1953- США, астроном, главнейший специалист по солнечным и лунным затмениям, известен как MrEclipse (Мистер Затмение) ESPENAK Fred ♂ 1953- USA, astronomer, named MrEclipse

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https://www.facebook.com/fred.espenak/about_overview
A Brief Biography of Fred Espenak

2021-01-06 http://mreclipse.com/main/lectures.html#Espenak Fred Espenak's career as a NASA astrophysicist at Goddard Space Flight Center spans more than 30 years. His primary research involves the infrared spectroscopy of planetary atmospheres although he is better known as NASA's eclipse expert Mr. Eclipse. Espenak is currently a scientist emeritus at Goddard and he maintains NASA's official eclipse web site (eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov) as well as his personal web site on eclipse photography (www.mreclipse.com). Fred has published numerous books and articles of eclipse predictions including the NASA Eclipse Bulletins series, and he is the co-author of the popular book Totality: Eclipses of the Sun. His magnum opus, the Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses, includes a map of every solar eclipse occurring between 2000 BC and AD 3000.

Since retiring, Espenak has begun a new series of eclipse publications through his company Astropixels Publishing. Among the most recent titles are Thousand Year Canon of Solar EclipsesEclipse Bulletin: Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 August 21, and Road Atlas for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017. He also runs three web sites: 1) MrEclipse.com (all about eclipse photography), 2) EclipseWise.com (eclipse predictions for thousands of years), and 3) Astropiixels.com (astrophotography from Bifrost Astronomical Observatory).

Espenak's interest in eclipses was first sparked after witnessing a total solar eclipse in 1970. Since then, he has participated in 34 eclipse expeditions around the world including Antarctica. Fred's eclipse photographs have appeared in both national and international publications, and he has lectured extensively on the Sun, eclipses and photography. In 2003, the International Astronomical Union honored him for his work on eclipses by naming an asteroid Espenak. Fred now lives in rural Arizona, where he spends most clear nights losing sleep and photographing the stars (www.astropixels.com).

 
email: info@fredespenak.com  http://twanight.org/profile/fred-espenak/

Fred Espenak is an astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, where he uses infrared spectrometers to probe the atmospheres of the planets. This work has frequently taken him to the world's highest observatories atop Hawaii's Mauna Kea.Espenak is perhaps best known for his predictions of eclipses. His two books, "Fifty Year Canon of Solar Eclipses: 1986 - 2035" and "Fifty Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses: 1986 - 2035" have become standard references on the subject. Espenak also publishes special NASA bulletins for each major solar eclipse that provide detailed predictions and maps. He is co-author of the popular book "Totality: Eclipses of the Sun" with Mark Littmann and Ken Willcox. Espenak's interest in eclipses was first sparked after witnessing the total solar eclipse of March 1970. Since then, he has participated in over twenty eclipse expeditions around the world and has made predictions on thousands of eclipses. With a life-long passion for photographing the night skies, Espenak's astronomical photographs have appeared in both national and international publications (e.g., National Geographic, Newsweek, Nature, New Scientist, Ciel Et Espace), and he has lectured extensively to the general public on the Sun, eclipses and photography. He is the webmaster of NASA's official eclipse web site as well a personal web site on eclipse photography. In 2003, the International Astronomical Union honored Espenak by naming asteroid 14120 after him.

https://www.facebook.com/fred.espenak/about_overview
A Brief Biography of Fred Espenak

2021-01-06 http://mreclipse.com/main/lectures.html#Espenak Fred Espenak's career as a NASA astrophysicist at Goddard Space Flight Center spans more than 30 years. His primary research involves the infrared spectroscopy of planetary atmospheres although he is better known as NASA's eclipse expert Mr. Eclipse. Espenak is currently a scientist emeritus at Goddard and he maintains NASA's official eclipse web site (eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov) as well as his personal web site on eclipse photography (www.mreclipse.com). Fred has published numerous books and articles of eclipse predictions including the NASA Eclipse Bulletins series, and he is the co-author of the popular book Totality: Eclipses of the Sun. His magnum opus, the Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses, includes a map of every solar eclipse occurring between 2000 BC and AD 3000.

Since retiring, Espenak has begun a new series of eclipse publications through his company Astropixels Publishing. Among the most recent titles are Thousand Year Canon of Solar EclipsesEclipse Bulletin: Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 August 21, and Road Atlas for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017. He also runs three web sites: 1) MrEclipse.com (all about eclipse photography), 2) EclipseWise.com (eclipse predictions for thousands of years), and 3) Astropiixels.com (astrophotography from Bifrost Astronomical Observatory).

Espenak's interest in eclipses was first sparked after witnessing a total solar eclipse in 1970. Since then, he has participated in 34 eclipse expeditions around the world including Antarctica. Fred's eclipse photographs have appeared in both national and international publications, and he has lectured extensively on the Sun, eclipses and photography. In 2003, the International Astronomical Union honored him for his work on eclipses by naming an asteroid Espenak. Fred now lives in rural Arizona, where he spends most clear nights losing sleep and photographing the stars (www.astropixels.com).

 
email: info@fredespenak.com  http://twanight.org/profile/fred-espenak/

Fred Espenak is an astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, where he uses infrared spectrometers to probe the atmospheres of the planets. This work has frequently taken him to the world's highest observatories atop Hawaii's Mauna Kea.Espenak is perhaps best known for his predictions of eclipses. His two books, "Fifty Year Canon of Solar Eclipses: 1986 - 2035" and "Fifty Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses: 1986 - 2035" have become standard references on the subject. Espenak also publishes special NASA bulletins for each major solar eclipse that provide detailed predictions and maps. He is co-author of the popular book "Totality: Eclipses of the Sun" with Mark Littmann and Ken Willcox. Espenak's interest in eclipses was first sparked after witnessing the total solar eclipse of March 1970. Since then, he has participated in over twenty eclipse expeditions around the world and has made predictions on thousands of eclipses. With a life-long passion for photographing the night skies, Espenak's astronomical photographs have appeared in both national and international publications (e.g., National Geographic, Newsweek, Nature, New Scientist, Ciel Et Espace), and he has lectured extensively to the general public on the Sun, eclipses and photography. He is the webmaster of NASA's official eclipse web site as well a personal web site on eclipse photography. In 2003, the International Astronomical Union honored Espenak by naming asteroid 14120 after him.

 
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