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Challenge #82: Are You in the Path of the Solar Eclipse?

kat
12 - Quasar

Decided to go with a little app.

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JoBen
11 - Bolide

Cheers!

Laurap1228
11 - Bolide

Sadly, I am nowhere near the path :(

yajing_wang
8 - Asteroid

This is hard for me....Do not understand how to used the raw data to create a proper map, follow the solution to build it

jssandom
8 - Asteroid

I was 3192 miles from the northern limit at my home in London :)

kelly_gilbert
13 - Pulsar

I overcomplicated this one a bit, but it was great practice with spatial tools!

 

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Workflow (I created an app that allows the user to select a series of points on a map input):
challenge_82_workflow.png


Output #1 (map of path):
challenge_82_output_1.jpg


Output #2 (is the location in the path of totality, and if not, what is the distance and closest limit?)
output 2.PNG
pasccout
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution

JoshuaGostick
11 - Bolide

The data was a bit intimidating at first but eventually got it :)

 

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justynam
8 - Asteroid

Good exercise to practice Spatial tools :-)

ipeng
8 - Asteroid

My solution. Too bad I don't have the map database...