Will you see Thursday’s annular solar eclipse—and travel some day to see another?
While a huge partial solar eclipse will occur just after sunrise for much of the northeast U.S. on Thursday, June 10, 2021, the most majestic sight of is reserved for some in parts of Canada, Greenland and Russia—a circular “ring of fire” or “ring of light” around the Moon.
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Although they’re not as famous as total solar eclipses, during which onlookers can gaze at the Sun’s majestic corona naked-eye during a brief darkness in the day, some upcoming annular solar eclipses are incredibly attractive as travel events
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