An annular solar eclipse will occur in June: when to look

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An annular solar eclipse will occur on Thursday 10 June. This is reported on the NASA Eclipse website.

 

It is noted that the eclipse will not be total, but annular. Full occurs when the Moon completely overlaps the Sun in the firmament. Annular happens when the Moon is farther from the Earth than during a total eclipse, and its disk is smaller in diameter than the solar disk.

The NASA infographic shows that the solar eclipse will begin on June 10 at about 08:00 am UT (11:00 Kyiv time). The path of the “ring of fire” of the eclipse, which runs through the northern part of Canada, Greenland, the North Pole and northeastern Siberia, is highlighted in red in the infographic.

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The eclipse will be partially visible over Ukraine, it will appear at about 13:00 Kiev time and will pass over most of the country, with the exception of the southern regions.

The American astronomical community warns to take care of eye protection when observing an annular solar eclipse.

The next solar eclipse this year will be total on December 4, NASA Eclipse reports.

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