éclipse

[1951] Prediction of Eclipses in the Fourteenth Century ; Lynn Thorndike ; ISIS 42 (1951) p. 301 [lien]
[1952] A Record of Eclipses for the Years 1478 to 1506 ; Lynn Thorndike ; ISIS 43 (1952) p. 252 [lien]
[1957] Eclipses in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries ; Lynn Thorndike ; ISIS 48 (1957) p. 51 [lien]
[1968] Tycho Brahe's Discovery of the Variation ; Victor E. Thoren ; Centaurus 12 (1968) p. 151 [lien]
[1972] Tobias Mayer's method for calculating the circumstances of a solar eclipse ; Eric G. Forbes ; Annals of Science 28 (1972) p. 177 [lien]
[1980] Solar eclipse predictions ; J. Mottmann ; American Journal of Physics 48 (aou 1980) p. 626 [lien]
[1980] Relativity and Eclipses: The British Eclipse Expeditions of 1919 and Their Predecessors ; John Earman ; Clark Glymour ; Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 11 (1980) p. 49 [lien]
[1989] An Early Function for Eclipse Magnitudes in Babylonian Astronomy ; John P. Britton ; Centaurus 32 (1989) p. 1 [lien]
[1991] [Présence de l'histoire] Éclipses extraordinaires ; ; Pour la Science 167 (sep 1991) p. 10 [lien]
[1992] The 1816 Solar Eclipse and the Comet 1811I in Linnell's Astronomical Album ; R. J. M. Olson ; J. M. Pasachoff ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 23 (1992) p. 121 [lien]
[1993] The Social Event of the Season: Solar Eclipse Expeditions and Victorian Culture ; Alex Soojung-Kim Pang ; ISIS 84 (1993) p. 252 [lien]
[1996] Cache-cache pour planètes ; Jacques Lubczanski ; Tangente 50 (1996) p. 40 [lien]
[1996] Halley and the Saros ; A. Cook ; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 37 (1996) p. 349 [lien]
[1997] The Accuracy of Eclipse Times Measured by the Babylonians ; J. M. Steele ; F. R. Stephenson ; L. V. Morrison ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 28 (1997) p. 337 [lien]
[1997] Solar Eclipse Times Predicted by the Babylonians ; Steele, J. M. ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 28 (1997) p. 133 [lien]
[1997] [Présence de l'histoire] La prévision des éclipses ; Denis Savoie ; Pour la Science 237 (jul 1997) p. 16 [lien]
[1998] Doubts about the Calendar: Bede and the Eclipse of 664 ; Jennifer Moreton ; ISIS 89 (1998) p. 50 [lien]
[1998] Predictions of Eclipse Times Recorded in Chinese History ; John M. Steele ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 29 (1998) p. 275 [lien]
[1998] Eclipse observations made by Regiomontanus and Walther. ; J. M. Steele ; F. R. Stephenson ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 29 (1998) p. 331 [lien]
[1999] [numéro spécial] Éclipses ; ; Tangente 68 (1999) [lien]
[1999] Les éclipses de Soleil ; Jean-Pierre Caussil ; Philippe Simonnet ; BUP 813 (avr 1999) p. 535 [lien]
[1999] La mécanique des éclipses ; Gérard Grancher ; Thierry de la Rue ; Tangente 68 (1999) p. 18 [lien]
[1999] Ephemeral Events: English Broadsides of Early Eighteenth-century Solar Eclipses ; Alice N. Walters ; History of Science 37 (1999) p. 1 [lien]
[1999] Éclipses et chronologie ; Denis Savoie ; Pour la Science 259 (mai 1999) p. 78 [lien]
[1999] Les éclipses de Soleil ; Pierre Guillermier ; Serge Koutchmy ; Pour la Science 259 (mai 1999) p. 70 [lien]
[2000] Plato and Aristole on Eclipses ; Andrew Gregory ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 31 (2000) p. 245 [lien]
[2000] A Re-analysis of the Eclipse Observations in Ptolemy’s Almagest ; John Steele ; Centaurus 42 (2000) p. 89 [lien]
[2000] Eclipse Prediction in Mesopotamia ; John M. Steele ; Archive for history of exact sciences 54 (2000) p. 421 [lien]
[2002] Constructing a ‘revolution in science’: the campaign to promote a favourable reception for the 1919 solar eclipse experiments ; Alistair Sponsel ; The British Journal for the History of Science 35 (2002) p. 439 [lien]
[2003] Some Uses of Eclipses in Early Modern Chronology ; Anthony Grafton ; Journal of the History of Ideas 64 (2003) p. 213 [lien]
[2004] Tycho Brahe's Early Lunar Theory and the Lunar Eclipse of 31 January 1599 ; N. M. Swerdlow ; Centaurus 46 (2004) p. 1 [lien]
[2004] Historical values of the Earth's clock error $\Delta T$ and the calculation of eclipses ; L. V. Morrison ; F. R. Stephenson ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 35 (2004) p. 327 [lien]
[2005] Addendum: Historical values of the Earth's clock error ; L. V. Morrison ; F. R. Stephenson ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 36 (2005) p. 339 [lien]
[2005] The Regular Records of Solar Eclipse in Ancient China and a Computer Readable Table ; Ciyuan Liu ; Archive for history of exact sciences 59 (2005) p. 157 [lien]
[2005] Eclipse Prediction and the Length of the Saros in Babylonian Astronomy ; Lis Brack-Bernsen ; John M. Steele ; Centaurus 47 (2005) p. 181 [lien]
[2005] [Comprendre] Qu'est-ce qu'une éclipse de Soleil ; Myriam Détruy ; Ciel et Espace 425 (oct 2005) p. 96 [lien]
[2006] [Dossier] Éloge de l'ombre ; Azar Khalatbari ; Ciel et Espace 430 (mar 2006) p. 40 [lien]
[2007] Antoine-François Payen, the 1666 Selenelion, and a rediscovered letter to Robert Hooke ; William Poole ; Notes and Records 61 (2007) p. 251 [lien]
[2007] Solar eclipse observations in the time of Copernicus: tradition or novelty? ; Jaroslaw Wlodarczyk ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 38 (2007) p. 351 [lien]
[2008] How Reliable Are Archaic Records of Large Solar Eclipses? ; F. Richard Stephenson ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 39 (2008) p. 229 [lien]
[2009] Lunar Eclipses, Longitude and the New World ; Mariá M. Portuondo ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 40 (2009) p. 249 [lien]
[2010] Investigation of Medieval European Records of Solar Eclipses ; F. Richard Stephenson ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 41 (2010) p. 95 [lien]
[2012] The Eclipse, the Astronomer and his Audience: Frederico Oom and the Total Solar Eclipse of 28 May 1900 in Portugal ; Luís Miguel Carolino ; Ana Simões ; Annals of Science 69 (2012) p. 215 [lien]
[2012] Predicting the Past: Ancient Eclipses and Airy, Newcomb, and Huxley on the Authority of Science ; Matthew Stanley ; ISIS 103 (2012) p. 254 [lien]
[2015] Solar and lunar observations at Istanbul in the 1570s ; S. Mohammad Mozaffari ; John M. Steele ; Archive for history of exact sciences 69 (2015) p. 343 [lien]
[2015] Eclipse theory in the Jing chu li: Part I. The adoption of lunar velocity ; Yuzhen Guan ; Archive for history of exact sciences 69 (2015) p. 103 [lien]