'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse Next Week

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On Thursday, June 10, skywatchers (donning eye protection) across the Northern Hemisphere can experience a rare "ring of fire" solar eclipse, also known as an annular or partial eclipse of the Sun. During an annular solar eclipse the moon does not cover the sun entirely and instead leaves a fiery ring of sunlight visible from the Earth. The eclipse will occur in many locations early in the morning around sunrise. And don't forget, never look directly at the sun.

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