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How to watch the 2021 solar eclipse flash its ‘ring of fire’ this week – CNET

Eclipse chasers who wake early might also get to see the sun show off its rarely seen horns, and “shark fin” too.

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An annular solar eclipse in 2011.
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On the morning of June 10, the darkened new moon will slide in front of the sun, resulting in a partial solar eclipse visible from big swaths of North America and Europe. Some lucky skywatchers in a narrow section…

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