June 25, 2021

Rare “ring of fire” solar eclipse captured in spectacular photos from around the world

Skywatchers from all over the world were presented with a wonderful gift Annual solar eclipse Thursday morning – they did not take the opportunity to document it. Millions of people around the world were amazed by this scene, which appeared as a “ring of fire” glowing in the night sky.

Fully found in Canada, Greenland, parts of the Arctic Ocean and Siberia, and northeastern North America, Greenland, Northern Europe and northern Asia.

A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes directly between the earth and the sun, completely blocking sunlight. For a while Annual solar eclipse, The moon does not completely obscure it when it passes the sun, so some sunlight is visible.

Because the moon appears small in these conditions, it cannot completely block the sun, which is called the “ring of fire” or the “ring of light”.

This is one of two solar eclipses this year. The total solar eclipse will be visible on December 4th.

New York City

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The eclipse sun rises over New York City on June 10, 2021, as seen from the city of Jersey in New Jersey.

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The sun rises over New York City during a solar eclipse on June 10, 2021, as seen from The Edge Observatory in The Hudson Yards.

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Rare sunrise eclipse enters northeastern states
The sun rises next to the Statue of Liberty during the annual eclipse on June 10, 2021 in New York City.

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Germany

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Only a small portion of the Sun was covered by the Moon during a partial solar eclipse on June 10, 2021 in the northern Rhine-Westphalia of Cologne.

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Delaware

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In this manual image provided by NASA, a partial solar eclipse as the sun rises behind the Delaware Breakwater lighthouse is seen on June 10, 2021 in Louis, Delaware.

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London

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On June 10, 2021, a partial solar eclipse was observed in Parliament House in London, England.

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Washington DC

Rare sunrise eclipse enters northeastern states
This NASA manual image shows a partial solar eclipse as the sun rises behind the Capitol building on June 10, 2021, from Arlington, Virginia.

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Massachusetts

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A partial solar eclipse occurs on June 10, 2021, at sunset in Massachusetts.

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Canada

Rare sunrise eclipse beyond Toronto's CN Tower
The sun rises behind the sky during an annual eclipse on June 10, 2021 in Toronto, Canada.

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The previous morning of Ontario marked with a solar eclipse when viewed from the beaches to a point of reopening COVID-19
The moon eclipses the sunrise as hundreds gather on the east coast of Toronto on June 10, 2021.

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Maryland

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A partial solar eclipse will occur behind the clouds on Thursday, June 10, 2021 in Arbutus, Maryland.

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Belgium

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A partial solar eclipse occurs on June 10, 2021 in Brussels, Belgium.

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Long Island

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A partial solar eclipse was observed on Thursday morning, June 10, 2021, off the coast of East Hampton, New York.

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Russia

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On June 10, 2021, a bird flies next to a partial solar eclipse in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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China

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The sun partially eclipses as it sets on the horizon in Beijing on Thursday, June 10, 2021.

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New Jersey

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Partial solar eclipse seen on June 10, 2021 from North Wildwood, New Jersey.

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Kazakhstan

Solar eclipse in Kazakhstan
A partial solar eclipse occurs on June 10, 2021 in Noor Sultan, Kazakhstan.

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