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Get Ready for the First Solar Eclipse of 2021

Those in the Northern Hemisphere may get a glimpse at the annual "Ring of Fire" eclipse scheduled for June 10. Depending on where you are in the world, you could see a partial or full eclipse of the sun. Here's what you need to know about the first event of its kind this year, plus what you'll need to watch it safely. Remember, never stare directly at a solar eclipse!

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    ‘Ring of fire’ solar eclipse lights up the sky

    ‘Ring of fire’ solar eclipse lights up the sky

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    CNN — A “ring of fire” solar eclipse appeared in the sky Thursday as the moon partially blocked out the sun. It was visible in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and people around the world captured the celestial show – the first of two solar eclipses this year – with some stunning images. A solar …

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