Year in Search: To Infinity and Beyond
Steal my sunshine In August, a total solar eclipse crossed North America for the first time in over a century. The awe-inspiring event spurred a spike in eclipse-related questions, like “how long will the eclipse last?” and “how much of the eclipse will I see?” Safety was also top of mind: Beforehand, searches for “how to make solar eclipse glasses” and “how long you can look at the sun” were trending. Despite the preparation, the top post-eclipse queries were related to “eclipse eye damage”—yikes! Totality hits Eclipse-viewing experiences need a proper soundtrack. Leading up to the big day, the world searched for songs to set the mood. According to search data, these are the top trending tunes that made the cut: 1. “Black Hole Sun” – Soundgarden 2. “Moonshadow” – Cat Stevens 3. “Ain’t No Sunshine” – Bill Withers 4. “Bad Moon Rising” – CCR 5. “Total Eclipse of the Heart” – Bonnie Tyler URL Out – https://www.blog.google/products/search/year-search-space-infinity-and-beyond/Author – www.blog.googleDate – 2019-10-03 22:34:09
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