A ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse will bring a subdued sunrise to the northeast US and Canada on Thursday


For those who live on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, or New York State and New England, as well as southern portions of Ontario and Quebec, the sunrise of Thursday (June 10) will bring a striking image of a crescent sun rising in the east-northeast. That’s because the moon will be passing across a portion of the sun in the first solar eclipse of the year. 

To see the crescent sunrise, find a flat, clear horizon free of any obstructions. It’s probably a good idea to do some location scouting in the days before so you’re not hastily searching before dawn on the key morning. Some high rooftops or some shorelines may provide just such a view. 





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