‘Ring of fire’ eclipse 2021: When, where and how to see the annular solar eclipse on June 10


Northern and eastern sections of North America will experience a weird and dramatic event next Thursday (June 10). 

A partial solar eclipse will be visible, and for many, it will more or less coincide with sunrise. Only for places north of a line running roughly from Churchill, Manitoba, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, will the entire eclipse be visible from start to finish after the sun rises. Elsewhere, depending on where you are, if your sky is clear toward the east-northeast, the rising sun will appear slightly dented, deeply crescent shaped, or even ring shaped. 



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