A niche, single-serve website offering a solar eclipse search engine has surfaced, providing consumers with streamlined responses to any celestial questions about the upcoming eclipse.
On August 21st, an incredibly rare solar eclipse will occur in North America. The most ideal viewing of the eclipse will be available to those who are situated along "the path of totality" -- the locations in which the moon will completely and visibly cover the sun. Users are invited to enter where they'll be during the time of the eclipse, prompting the engine to generate eclipse conditions and details, including moon phases and time specifications. If a searcher isn't along the path of totality, the engine will direct them to the closest registered viewing or screening location.