A rare annular solar eclipse will appear in Russia and Canada next week

A rare solar eclipse will appear in the form of a ring of fire in Russia and Canada next week when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, leaving an edge of the light, and the solar eclipse episode occurs when the moon is too far to completely hide all the light from the sun, so the light still Visible around the edges, this phenomenon will occur on June 10, with the best views available from Canada, Greenland, and Russia, and can be seen for a maximum of three minutes and 51 seconds.


The ring of fire, also known as an annular eclipse, occurs when the sun, moon, and Earth strike in the correct alignment. For the ring to appear around the edge of the dark sphere, the three stellar objects must be aligned, with the Moon at its farthest from Earth in its orbit.


The Ring of Fire is also best viewed from Kanak, a town in northwest Greenland, but it should be visible across most of Canada and Russia. People in the northeastern United States will see a scene rarer than the Ring of Fire, a partial sunrise eclipse, and an unusual and rare sunrise eclipse will be visible over the Atlantic coast.


And if you are planning to watch the eclipse, be it the ring of fire, sunrise, or also the partial eclipse in the UK, make sure you take the necessary precautions, you should put on a pair of solar eclipse glasses if you are going to be exposed to this event directly or see indirectly by watching the shadows on the earth. The next visible partial eclipse after that will be on March 29, 2025, when it appears that 60% of the sun is covered by the moon.

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