Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Comparing Eclipse Paths

A little while ago a request was made to show two eclipse paths on the same map. The incentive is that in 2017 and 2024 there are total solar eclipse paths across the continental United States. Where can one be to see both? What about other pairs of eclipses?

So here is a web page that can do eclipse pairs on a single Google map. When you select a point or move the cursor the local circumstances are calculated and displayed for each of the eclipse paths. You can select any pair.

Any ideas on how to improve this utility are appreciated!

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