Rare eclipsed sunrise known as the ‘Ring of Fire’ seen in northern hemisphere

Some early risers in the northern hemisphere may have been lucky enough to see a rare eclipsed sunrise known as the “Ring of Fire” on Thursday morning.Skywatchers from New York to parts of Asia were able to see the ring-shaped or partial eclipse of the sun.The eclipse began in Ontario, Canada at sunrise and ended in southeastern Siberia. The Ring of Fire lasted for about an hour and 40 minutes and was only partially seen by people in the US.A solar eclipse happens when the moon moves in between…

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