Wall Street Journal review of David Baron’s American Eclipse

The WSJ have reviewed the David Baron’s new book. On July 29, 1878, a hundred-mile-wide patch of midday darkness swept across a swath of the western United States. It was a total solar eclipse—a rare transit of the moon directly between earth and sun. Across the still-wild West, thousands of stargazers gathered, chasing a few… Read more »

Watch David Baron on CBS Sunday Morning

Following up his featured TED talk, David Baron was interviewed for a piece on the eclipse by CBS Sunday Morning. Science writer David Baron is another self-proclaimed umbraphile. He’s seen five eclipses. “My first was in Aruba in 1998,” he said. “It was the most awe-inspiring, I dare say, spiritual experience I’ve ever had. And… Read more »

David Baron’s TED Talk featured at TED.com

On August 21, 2017, the moon’s shadow will race from Oregon to South Carolina in what some consider to be the most awe-inspiring spectacle in all of nature: a total solar eclipse. Umbraphile David Baron chases these rare events across the globe, and in this ode to the bliss of seeing the solar corona, he… Read more »