Image of a 2012 May 20 Annular Solar Eclipse / Annular Eclipse of the Sun, what some call a "Ring of Fire" Eclipse due to the edge of the solar disk still visible while the Moon completely blocks light from the rest of the Sun. People in portions of Russia (part of northeastern Siberia), northwestern Greenland, the North Pole, and eastern Canada (parts of the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and the territory Nunavut) will view an Annular Solar Eclipse on June 10. People in other parts of Canada, northeastern U.S., and Alaska will see a Partial Solar Eclipse / Partial Eclipse of the Sun.
NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT ANY SOLAR ECLIPSE / ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, UNLESS
YOU HAVE THE PROPER EQUIPMENT AND PROPER TRAINING TO DO SO SAFELY !!!
SOLAR ECLIPSE / ECLIPSE OF THE SUN: TIPS FOR SAFE VIEWING
(Image Source: Wikipedia.org)
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"Astro-Calendar: 2021 May / Total Lunar Eclipse May 26." Sat., 2021 May 1.
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Tuesday, 2021 June 1.
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