There are lots of August 2017 Solar Eclipse maps online, but I wanted to draw your attention to 2 of them in particular that I think would be valuable before, during, and after the eclipse for viewing and for those of you who are instructors, teaching purposes.
- At the Esri User Conference last week in San Diego, a giant 30 foot long eclipse map was on display. A web version of this in ArcGIS Online from the author is available here:
On the map, you can turn layers off and on, zoom and pan, get information about cities and the path, and more.
- Another map is in a blog from our colleagues at GeoLounge:
Scroll about 1/3 of the way down the page.
This map has the added layer of historic cloud cover for 21 August.
Some public libraries are distributing eclipse-safe glasses. Be safe and enjoy!