A History of Astronomy
. Dover Publications Inc., 1953
This book contains historical interpretations of celestial occurrences and methods of observation.
Fisher, Clyde. The Story of the Moon. Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1943.
A fine book that explains the workings and the behavior of the moon.
Greitzer, Samuel L. “Computing a Lunar Eclipse; An Excercise in Classical Mathematics” Rutgers, The State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Basic source for steps in computing an eclipse. Somewhat technical.
Greitzer, Samuel L.. “Predicting a Lunar Eclipse”,
Croft Educational Services, Vision Inc., New London, Conn., Sec 4, Vol.3, No.8; April 1961.
Good reference for a method of studying and predicting an eclipse.
Lieber, Arnold L. M.D..
. Anchor Press, Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1978.
Interesting thoughts on phases and positions of the moon and mans’ behavior, i.e. a full moon can make you crazy
Newton, Robert R..
Ancient Astronomical Observations
. The John Hopkins Press, Baltimore and London, 1970.
Ancient accounts of the moon and sun and the explanations given for their actions. Interesting explanations.