‘Ring Of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Lights Up The Sky Across The World On June 10, 2021, As Part Of The Cosmic Ballet
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Some lucky early risers in parts of the northern hemisphere were met with a halo like sunrise early on Thursday, June 10, 2021, morning, in the video published on June 10, 2021, “‘Ring of fire’ solar eclipse lights up sky – BBC News“, below:
In the northern hemisphere, people saw a “ring of fire” solar eclipse on Thursday as the moon passed directly in front of the sun, in the video published on June 10, 2021, “Stunning ‘Ring Of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Lights Up The Sky Across The World“, below:
In the video published on June 10, 2021, “Partial solar eclipse seen in UK and around the world“, below:
An annular solar eclipse stunned skywatchers Thursday as the moon and sun aligned to create what looked like a “ring of fire.” WCBS Chief Weathercaster Lonnie Quinn shows us the spectacular views from around the world, and tells you how you can catch the next one, in the video published on June 10, 2021, ““Ring of Fire” dazzles onlookers as moon blocks sun in near-total eclipse“, below:
For more about Solar Eclipse of June 10, 2021, please click HERE, or read excerpts from wikipedia, in italics, below:
An annular solar eclipse occurred on June 10, 2021, when the Moon passed between Earth and the Sun, thereby partly obscuring the image of the Sun for a viewer on Earth. During the eclipse, the Moon’s apparent diameter was smaller than the Sun’s, so it caused the Sun to look like an annulus (ring). The annular eclipse was visible from parts of northeastern Canada, Greenland, the Arctic Ocean (passing over the North Pole), and the Russian Far East, whilst the eclipse appeared partial from a region thousands of kilometres wide, which included northeastern North America, most of Europe, and northern Asia.
The annular eclipse started at 09:55 UTC for 3 minutes 37 seconds along the northern shore of Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada. The path of the antumbral shadow then headed across Hudson Bay through northwestern Quebec and the Hudson Strait to Baffin Island in Nunavut, where the town of Iqaluit saw 3 minutes and 5 seconds of annularity. After this, it then travelled across Baffin Bay and along the northwestern coast of Greenland, where greatest eclipse occurred at 10:41:56 UTC in Naires Strait for 3 minutes 51 seconds. The shadow then crosses Ellesmere Island and the Arctic Ocean, passing over the North Pole (which was located away from the central line of the eclipse but saw 2 minutes and 36 seconds of annularity), before heading south towards northeastern Siberia where the central line of the annular eclipse ended at 11:29 UTC. The greatest city on the Russian Far East in the annular path, Srednekolymsk, saw 3 minutes and 35 seconds of annularity, with the maximum occurring at 11:27:05 UTC.
In the video published on June 10, 2021, “I Took A Picture of THE SUN (Annular Solar Eclipse)“, below:
ABC News’ Rob Marciano boarded an airplane to get close to the rare partial solar eclipse that lit up the morning sky Thursday, in the video published on June 10, 2021, “A closer look at ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse | GMA“, below:
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to CNN’s John Berman about the solar eclipse, the government seriously investigating UFO’s and comments by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) about moving the moon to combat climate change, in the video published on June 10, 2021, “Neil deGrasse Tyson explains ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse“, below:
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