Rare Celestial EventOn June 10, 2021, the United States will witness a rare celestial phenomenon known as a "ring of fire" solar eclipse.Blue RingsRed Section Separator

Annular EclipseThis type of eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun but doesn't completely cover the sun's disc.Blue RingsRed Section Separator

Path of VisibilityThe path of visibility for this eclipse will stretch across parts of Canada, Greenland, and Russia, with a partial eclipse visible in much of the northeastern Uni

Viewing SafetyNever look directly at the sun without proper eye protection, such as solar viewing glasses or a solar filter for telescopes or cameras.Blue RingsRed Section Separato

Alternative Viewing MethodsThose unable to witness the eclipse in person can still enjoy the event through live streams or broadcasts provided by observatories, astronomy organizat

Time and DurationThe timing and duration of the eclipse will vary depending on your location. Check local resources or online tools to find specific information for your area.Blue

Photography TipsFor those capturing the eclipse on camera, use appropriate solar filters to avoid damaging your equipment and follow guidelines for safe photography practices.Blue

Community EventsMany communities organize eclipse viewing events where enthusiasts can gather safely to witness this celestial spectacle together.Blue RingsRed Section Separator

US Will See “Ring of Fire” Solar Eclipse


Mark Your CalendarDon't miss this extraordinary astronomical event—mark your calendar and make plans to safely observe the "ring of fire" solar eclipse on June 10, 2021.Blue Ring