Solar Eclipse at Sunrise: Where and When to Watch the ‘Ring of Fire’

Every couple of years or so somewhere on Earth, the wanderings of our planet, the sun and the moon cause them to line up like billiard balls on a velvet space table. Seeing worlds disappear behind each other in an eclipse can make you cry or scream. But getting to that point frequently takes hard work, and maybe even a bit of luck.

That looked to be as true for the coming eclipse as it has been since humans started chasing these celestial occurrences.

An eclipse observer watched through protective glasses in Kathmandu, Nepal, last year.Credit…Narendra Shrestha/EPA, via Shutterstock Every couple of years or so somewhere on Earth, the wanderings of our planet, the sun and the moon cause them to line up like billiard balls on a velvet space table. Seeing worlds […]

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