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Watch: How the ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse looked from different parts of the world

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‘Ring of fire’ solar eclipse seen around the world 🌗🌖🌙https://t.co/RhZMfD37iQ pic.twitter.com/2DuGYmLWah

— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) June 10, 2021

Time lapse: The #SolarEclipse rises behind the Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan this morning. pic.twitter.com/qzszdG1iuk

— John Kraus (@johnkrausphotos) June 10, 2021

My view of this morning’s solar eclipse pic.twitter.com/vqtChQuj7F

— Scott Danka (@dankfloydKDKA) June 10, 2021

Skywatchers across the northern hemisphere had the chance to see a partial eclipse of the sun on June 10. ☀️

Parts of Canada, Greenland and northern Russia could see a “ring of fire” in the sky as the moon blocked the sun. Did you catch the incredible sight? #SolarEclipse pic.twitter.com/WiUrenuBhf

— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) June 10, 2021

Unbelievable good fortune for a break in the cloud during Greatest Eclipse! Then at 11:14 the cloud rolled back over. Wow! 🤩 #SolarEclipse pic.twitter.com/j9s27skw34

— Tom Kerss FRAS 🪐 (@tomkerss) June 10, 2021

Annular Solar Eclipse Sunrise at the New Jersey shore 10 June 2021, @MikeBlackPhotos pic.twitter.com/J60nqyyNA2

— Michael Black (@MikeBlackPhotos) June 10, 2021

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