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    The edge of the eclipse path could be off by as much as a half-mile as it goes through downtown Kansas City, according to eclipse map experts. Satellite image by Google Earth. New map information by John Irwin.

The edge of the eclipse path could be off by as much as a half-mile as it goes through downtown Kansas City, according to eclipse map experts. Satellite image by Google Earth. New map information by John Irwin. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star
The edge of the eclipse path could be off by as much as a half-mile as it goes through downtown Kansas City, according to eclipse map experts. Satellite image by Google Earth. New map information by John Irwin. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star

Those maps of eclipse’s path? ‘Wrong,’ experts say. And it’s the sun’s fault

August 10, 2017 08:57 AM