This is what makes our love for technology more, on May 20th, there is a solar eclipse and it is sometimes quite un-often to catch even a single shot of it. Thanks to the Google as well as NASA combinational help, you can now get the heads up on the exact path of the upcoming event. NASA has posted a map that tracks the entire solar eclipse, in order to help you make your stand. The map shows the path of the Annular Solar Eclipse of 2012 May 20. The northern and southern path limits are blue and the central line is red. The yellow lines crossing the path indicate the position of maximum eclipse at 10-minute intervals.
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