In the Northern Hemisphere, people posted stunning videos of a "ring of fire" solar eclipse on Thursday.
The northern parts of North America, Europe, and Asia saw the partial eclipse.
It was the first time people in North America saw an eclipse of the sun since August 2017.
People across the Northern Hemisphere got to check out a special sunrise on Thursday called the "ring of fire" solar eclipse.
The moon passed directly in front of the sun, creating this annular, or ring-shaped, eclipse. Since the moon is farther away from the Earth, it appears smaller, so it does not block the entire view of the sun.
It began in Ontario, Canada, then swept across Greenland, the North Pole, and ultimately Siberia. The northern parts of North America, Europe, and Asia saw a partial eclipse wherever the skies were clear. There it looked like the moon was taking a bite out of the sun.
This was the first time people in North America were able to see an eclipse of the sun since August 2017, when a dramatic total solar eclipse crisscrossed the United States. The next one will be in 2024.
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