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Infographic: Total solar eclipse paths, 2001 to 2025

The total solar eclipse is a rare occurrence, geographically speaking. A new map shows where you can go to see the next one.
Written by Andrew Nusca, Contributor on

The total solar eclipse is an exceedingly rare occurrence, geographically speaking. A new map shows where you can go to see the next one.

Created by Vienna, Austria-based graphic designer Michael Paukner, this illustration shows recent total solar eclipse locations -- as well as where they'll be through 2025.

Interested, North American readers? The next total solar eclipse will arrive on the continent in August 2017, and will be visible near Memphis, Tennessee.

Check out the full infographic here, on Paukner's Flickr page.

[via Gizmodo]

This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com

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