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

JoachimCaronTIL
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution

 

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arizzio
7 - Meteor
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cdwaraga
6 - Meteoroid

Missed to attach my solution. Here it is.

alacoume
8 - Asteroid

Very nice!

Watermark
12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

Fun one. There is actually a discrepancy with the provided answer on #1 since there are actually 41 records that are "A" or "T", not 40. Seems like the quirk arrives because one of the cities is captured in the header line in the provided solution.  

 

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ggruccio
ACE Emeritus
ACE Emeritus

Fun and I did get to experience totality!

 

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RashedDS
8 - Asteroid
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Reesetrain2
9 - Comet

All,

 

My solution:

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fesrimo
8 - Asteroid

My solution Here!

tammybrown_tds
9 - Comet
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