The first solar eclipse of the year is about to happen, an astronomical event considered unique due to its grandeur and beauty. The also called “ring of fire” will happen next June 10th and here we tell you what it is and how to see it.
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What is a “ring of fire” solar eclipse?
The so-called solar eclipses “Ring of fire” or “annular eclipse” They are a type of astronomical phenomenon that happens when the Moon is at its furthest point from the Earth and when it comes between it and the Sun it does not cover it completely, causing a visible halo that simulates a ring of fire.
According to the POTSolar eclipses tend to be longer, and the ring of fire can be seen for up to ten minutes.
Where and how to see the eclipse?
The eclipse will begin in the Atlantic Ocean and will end southeast of Kumul, an autonomous region of China. While the annulment phase will begin in Canada and end in Russia. This means that it will be visible only from Canada, Greenland and Russia.
Fortunately, and thanks to technology, POT and many space agencies will make live broadcasts that can be followed from anywhere in the world. You just have to enter this link and wait for the astronomical phenomenon to happen, which will begin at 5:41 am, time of the Mexico City.
Another platform where you can follow the trajectory of the eclipse is Time and date, who will carry out the transmission via streaming, starting at 4:00 am, through its website and YouTube channel.
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A “sun ring” that will be repeated soon
Despite its shocking nature, this astronomical phenomenon is quite common and we may see it repeat itself in the years 2023, 2024, 2026, 2027 and 2028.
So there will be plenty of opportunities to see it live one day, although it is recommended not to look directly at the Sun, unless solar or eclipse glasses are worn throughout the event.
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Tomorrow may be your opportunity to appreciate a unique astronomical event. So, set your alarm and follow the live broadcast of the first “ring of fire” solar eclipse of the year with HolaTelcel.
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