T

Taming of the Shrew, The

(Shakespeare), 247, 332 Tasimeter, 205, 206 Taurus, 113, 245

Tecumseh, 189-190, 191, 192-195 Telescope(s), 32, 34. See also Hubble Space Telescope asteroids from, 254, 255, 258, 259

Bevis, John and, 304

binary stars from, 320, 321, 324

comets from, 260, 262, 263

Cook, James and, 286

for 1780 eclipse, 178, 179, 182

for 1878 eclipse, 197, 200, 205

1869 eclipse from, 144

filter for, 328-329

first use of, 169

of Horrocks, Jeremiah, 275

Jupiter from, 92

of Lassell, William, 269

limitations of, 120, 249-250,

252-253 limited technology of, 171-172 Mars from, 264 Mercury from, 280-281 of Mitchell, Maria, 231-233 Moon's distance from Earth and, 150

Pluto-Charon from, 313, 315316

radio, 119, 147, 252-253 of South, Sir James, 262-264, 266

stability of, 114 stars from, x, 246, 247, 334 transit of 1769 and, 298 Uranus from, 265 Venus from, 274 Tenskwatawa, 190-195. See also

Lauliwasikau Thales of Miletus, 87, 88, 381-382 Thames, Battle of the, 190 Theodore of Tarsus, 370 Thisbe (asteroid), 259 Tides, 40-41, 151, 152-153, 155158, 219

Timekeeping, 28, 151—152, 165. See also specific timekeeping devices Times (London), 328 Tippecanoe, Battle of, 194-195 Titan, 314, 384 Titanium, 142

TNOs (trans-Neptunian objects),

310-311 Tombaugh, Clyde, 311, 319 Torrio, Little Johnny "The Brain," 221

Total eclipse(s), 48. See also total lunar eclipse(s); total solar eclipse(s) of 1927, viii of 1962, 417 of 2090, viii corona during, 130 definition of, 47 frequency of, 431 Metonic cycle of, 417 prominences and, 130 in saronic cycle, 418 Totality, 4, 14, 53, 59, 60-61, 333, 336-337, 339, 352, 421-422. See also specific types of eclipses duration of, 423-424 hybrid eclipses and, 433 quality of, 181 quantity of, 181 Total lunar eclipse(s), 61-64, 264, 352-353, 428, 432 of 1713 B.C., 57 of 1504, 96-98, 99, 176, 177 of 1584, 95 of 1590, 57

of Í666, S1, 58 ofÍ9Í1,Í1S of Í91S, S1 ofÍ98Í,S1 of Í982, 4Í1, 4Í9 of Í986, 4Í9

of 200Í, 26-21, S8-S9, 3S6 of2003, SS, 56, S1, 3SÍ, 3S2,

3S3, 3SS of 2004, 3S3, 3SS of 2001, 3S4, 3SS of 2008, 3S4 of 20Í0, 3S4 of20ÍÍ,3S4 of 20Í4, 3S4 frequency of, Í3 Total solar eclipse(s), 3-4, 1-ÍÍ, S2-S4, Í81-Í88, 32S-341, 381388, 420-42Í, 421-428 of ÍÍ3Í B.C., Í9-20, 239 of 648 B.C., Í

of S8S B.C., 81-88, 38Í-382 of 336 B.C., 239 of Í8Í B.C., ÍSS, Í56 of A.D. 29, 22-23 of 4Í8, 308

311-380 of 840, 24 of 818, Í63 of 99Í, 4Í6 ofÍ019, 231 of ÍÍ40, Í63, 239 ofÍÍ8S,332-333 of Í349, 236

of Í1ÍS, viii, Í63, Í64, Í1Í, Í12, Í13, Í1S-Í16, 2Í1, 239, 216, 28S

Í96, Í99 of Í836, Í80 of Í8SÍ, 230, 338 of Í860, 32, Í99, 338 of Í868, Í42-Í43 of Í869, Í44, Í99, 230, 233 of Í818, Í96-Í91, Í99-209, 2Í1,

230, 236, 244 of Í882, 301 of Í889, 2Í3, 244 of Í900, 32, 33, 2Í3-2ÍS, 240 of Í90Í, 42Í

of Í9Í8, ÍÍS-ÍÍ6, 2Í4, 2Í6 of Í9Í9, ÍÍÍ-ÍÍ4, ÍÍ6, ÍÍ1-ÍÍ9, Í36

ofÍ932, 221, 231-238 of Í948, 308 of Í96Í, xiii, 4Í1 of Í910, 238 of Í912, 238 of Í919, 221, 228, 34S of Í980, xiii of Í98Í, 46, 422 of Í99Í, S0, 42Í

235, 346, 415, 417, 422 of2001, 27, 235, 342, 356, 416 of2002, 235, 341, 342-343, 346,

347, 411, 417 of 2003, 341, 343, 347 of 2005, 343, 345 of 2006, 32, 235, 343-344, 347 of 2008, 344, 347 of 2009, 51, 344, 347 of 2010, 344, 347 of 2012, 344-345, 347 of 2013, 239, 345 of 2015, 345, 347 of 2016, 345, 347 of 2017, vii, 46, 219, 235, 243244, 345-346, 347, 348, 349, 351, 416, 422 of 2018, xiii of 2019, 346, 347 of 2020, 346, 347 of2021, 346-347, 417 of 2024, 235, 347-349 of 2027, 51 of 2033, 349 of 2044, 349 of 2045, 235, 349 of 2052, 235, 240 of2071, 240 of 2078, 240 of 2079, 236-237 of2150, 421 of2452, 416 of 3009, 416 at conjunction, 401, 402

distribution of, 64-65, 432 duration of, 59, 60 Earth's orbit and, 389 ecliptic limits and, 414-415 Fraunhofer spectrum of, 142 frequency of, viii, xi-xii, 14, 31,

32, 229-230, 243 in Nantucket, 229, 230-239 perigee and, 404 repeating, 421-423 starlight during, x Sun's brightness during, 61, 64 of 2002 to 2022, 339- 343 in twentieth century, 75, 76 until 2050, 347, 348 viewing, 266-267 Vulcan and, 307 TRACE (Transition Region and

Coronal Explorer), 280 Transit(s), xiv, 273-309 of 1761, 292-296 of 1769, 295-299 of 1874, 300 of 1882, 300, 301 asteroids in, 254-255 definition of, 207, 440 occultations and, 302 timing of, ix ofVenus, 167, 177, 282-283 Tremayne, Peter, 357, 358 Triskadekaphobia, 16 Triton, 269, 384 Turkey, Turks, 174-175 Twain, Mark, 98, 176

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