A similar phenomenon occurs when the Moon is farther from Earth than during a total Eclipse.
Sunday, June 21, some of the inhabitants of the Earth could see the annular solar Eclipse.
The phenomenon when the Moon partially covers the Sun is called the “fire ring”.
A similar phenomenon occurs when the Moon is farther from Earth than during a total Eclipse, and can not block the Sun completely, resulting in a luminous ring.
Solar Eclipse of 21 June 2020 fully able from Central Africa and Asia, starting at 6:45 in Kiev. As well 2020 solar Eclipse seen in Northern India.
In other places – from the South-East of Europe (particularly in Ukraine) to the North of Australia – the ring of Fire could be seen partially and in clear weather. At the peak of the Eclipse, the Moon obscured 99,4% of the area of our star.
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