Sky observers will want to be on the lookout for a solar eclipse that will occur on Thursday morning, June 10th. This will be the first solar eclipse of the year, and the moon will block the sun almost completely and leave very little sun outside of the moon. Shadows. The only part of the sun that can be seen from behind the moon is the ring, which gives the eclipse the name of its ring of fire.
Unfortunately, just a little The sites will be able to see the total eclipse. The regions include parts of Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia. Most of the world will only see a partial solar eclipse, which will be more visible in the northern hemisphere. Sky watchers in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, most of Canada, parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia and Africa north will see a partial solar eclipse.
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the Earth and the sun and blocks some or maybe all of the sunlight. During an annual eclipse, the Moon is far enough from Earth not to block all of the Sun from the spotlights in the sky.
The eclipse will last approximately 100 minutes, starting at sunrise in Ontario, Canada, moving north until most of the eclipse occurs around 8:41 a.m. local Greenland time. The eclipse will end at sunset in northeast Siberia. According to NASA, the “ring of fire” phase occurs when the moon covers at least 89% of the sun and can last up to three minutes and 51 seconds at each point in its path.
Partial solar eclipses seen in other regions will only see part of the sun obscured. Looks like the moon has been bitten by the sun. Anyone planning to watch an eclipse should remember that you cannot look directly at the sun.
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