Rare eclipsed sunrise known as the “Ring of Fire” seen in the northern hemisphere

Rare eclipsed sunrise known as the “Ring of Fire” seen in the northern hemisphere




Some early risers in the northern hemisphere may have been lucky enough to see a rare eclipsed sunrise on Thursday morning called the “Ring of Fire” the sun. The solar eclipse began in Ontario, Canada at sunrise and ended in southeast Siberia. The ring of fire lasted about an hour and 40 minutes and was only partially seen by the people of the United States. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves in between….

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Some early risers in the northern hemisphere may have been lucky enough to see a rare eclipsed sunrise on Thursday morning called the “Ring of Fire” the sun. The solar eclipse began in Ontario, Canada at sunrise and ended in southeast Siberia. The ring of fire lasted about an hour and 40 minutes and was only partially seen by the people of the United States. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves in between….

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