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Monday, 22 June 2020

‘Ring of fire’ eclipse lights up eastern hemisphere

“Ring of fire” eclipse lights up eastern hemisphere: Yesterday’s summer solstice brought with it a rare kind of solar eclipse. Sometimes referred to by astronomers as a “ring of fire,” the annular eclipse appears as a disk of light in the sky, caused by the moon being too far from Earth to cause a total solar eclipse. The eclipse passed from west to east over 12 countries.

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