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Challenge #421: Which US city could observe solar eclipses in both 2023 and 2024?

AGilbert
11 - Bolide

Great practice for the advanced cert! Just what I was looking for today. 

 

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abe_ibanez
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution:

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braveraj
11 - Bolide
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AaronSmatta
8 - Asteroid

Got 2 cities for the third task. Happy Solar Eclipse from the US

logdog0411
9 - Comet
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ahsanaali
11 - Bolide
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gawa
15 - Aurora
15 - Aurora

@AYXAcademy  As @Jean-Balteryx mentioned, value comes at header in task1 solution file, while it should be as per format in input json files.

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For information, if you find two cities in task 3, it is because (see spoiler)

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There are two cities, having the same name but different location. 
Yoshiro_Fujimori
15 - Aurora

My solution.

 

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To match with Task 1 solution data, used the 1st row as the column names.

 


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Due to the limitation of my office environment, base map is not available.
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Qiu
21 - Polaris
21 - Polaris

@gawa 
Congratulations!

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Jean-Balteryx
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Here is my solution !