LIVE NASA eclipse stream: Today, watch NASA’s “Ring of Fire” eclipse live HERE.
A SOLAR eclipse is anticipated to occur this morning, with a “ring of fire” appearing as the moon partially blocks out the sun. Here’s how you can watch NASA’s live webcast of the eclipse today.
According to NASA, a solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, blocking out a portion of the sun’s beams. The moon is far enough away from the Earth that it appears smaller than the sun in this annular eclipse. When the moon passes in front of the sun, it will look smaller than the burning star, allowing a dazzling light to shine around the borders – a phenomenon known as a ‘ring of fire.’
According to NASA, the ‘ring of fire’ will be seen to some individuals in Greenland, northern Russia, and Canada.
Other Northern Hemisphere countries, including the United Kingdom and Ireland, will witness a partial eclipse, in which the moon covers only a portion of the sun.
Depending on where you live, a fingernail-shaped shadow will cover a varying percentage of the sun.
According to the Farmers’ Almanac, the path of annularity, which traces where the ring of fire can be seen, will begin over the northern United States, cross the Arctic, and end up in northeastern Russia.
The eclipse will be visible in the United Kingdom starting at 10 a.m.
At 10.08 BST, a partial eclipse will begin, followed by a so-called maximum eclipse at 11.13 BST.
By the time 12.22pm BST rolls around, the solar eclipse should have passed.
More information on exact times for your region can be found here.
There will be two lunar eclipses this year, in addition to the two solar eclipses.
After the June 10 solar eclipse, the next chance to observe the natural occurrence will be on November 19.
This partial lunar eclipse will be most visible in North America and Hawaii, but observers will be able to stream the spectacle from anywhere in the world.
On December 4, the year will come to a close with a total solar eclipse.
The ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse will be broadcast live on NASA’s YouTube site for anyone who wants to watch it.
The entire event will be streamed live starting at 10 a.m. by the aeronautical organization.
You can observe the solar eclipse. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”