Sometimes the data just falls into place.
Data from Google shows that people around the United States are increasingly searching for information about the upcoming total solar eclipse.
But more than that, the people who are doing the most searching are actually the ones in the path of the eclipse, set to take place on August 21.
That trend is so clear that the Google map showing searches for the word “eclipse” in the last seven days actually vaguely tracks the path the total eclipse will take across the country.
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