What to Know about Saturday’s ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse
This is the first time for this phenomena since 2012
On Saturday, an annular eclipse, also known as a “ring of fire” solar eclipse, will grace skies across part of the country for the first time since 2012.
Skywatchers along a narrow path between Oregon and Texas as well as Central and South America will see the moon block out almost the entire sun, leaving behind only a fiery ring.
Outside of this path, most of North America will still be able to see the moon take a bite out of the sun, experiencing a partial solar eclipse.
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