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Texas Total Eclipse Guide - 2024 Total Eclipse Guide Series - cover

Texas Total Eclipse Guide - 2024 Total Eclipse Guide Series

Aaron Linsdau

Publisher: Sastrugi Press

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Summary

Texas Total Eclipse Guide: Official Commemorative 2024 Keepsake Guidebook 
On April 8, 2024, a remarkable event will occur over Texas. A rare total eclipse will pass directly over the state. If you are planning to view the total eclipse in Texas, you need the Texas Total Eclipse Guide. 
 
This book has everything you need to know about viewing and photographing the eclipse across the state. In it, you will find some of the secret locations locals know. 
 
Why Buy the Texas Total Eclipse Guide? 
 
Where should you watch the eclipse from? How will you find these locations? If you have never been to Texas 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 Texas. This commemorative official guide has information on lodging, travel and local secrets. 
Photography 
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 Fourteen States Under the 2024 Total Eclipse 
See other state eclipse guides, purchase wholesale or signed author copies at the publisher's website. 
If online retailers are out of stock, purchase directly from your local bookstore.

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