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  • Annular Solar Eclipse - June 10, 2021

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    Watch a recording of timeandate.com's live stream covering the annular solar eclipse on June 10, 2021, which was visible from parts of Canada, Greenland, and Russia.

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    0:04:23 Introduction
    0:25:13 North Bay sunrise introduction & eye safety
    0:37:56 North Bay sunrise with partial eclipse
    0:40:00 Sudbury sunrise with partial eclipse
    0:51:17 Sunrise commentary
    1:15:20 Oslo partial eclipse
    1:24:04 Scaraborough partial eclipse
    1:27:00 Inuvik annular eclipse commentary
    1:47:14 Inuvik annular eclipse crowd/commentary
    2:07:31 Interview with North Bay Astronomy Club
    2:31:42 Upcoming eclipses
    2:54:05 Thank you to partners

    real-time animations, maps, times, and much more for this eclipse.

    You can also watch the recording on read our live blog with time-stamped progress reports and background information about the eclipse.

    Keep an eye on  an up-to-date streaming schedule for future events.

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  • Solar Eclipse June 10, 2021

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    Weather permitting, NASA will carry a feed of the annular solar eclipse on June 10, 2021 over northern Canada and the Arctic. The stream will start at 5 a.m. EDT (09:00 UTC, but will be dark until local sunrise at about 5:25 a.m. EDT (09:25 UTC). Note: The telescope being streamed will be too far south to see the full annular effect. Stream courtesy of Luc Boulard, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Sudbury Centre.

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  • Annular Solar Eclipse, June 10, 2021 — Toronto

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    On June 10, 2021, early in the morning just after sunrise, an annular solar eclipse could be observed in Toronto, Canada. During an annular eclipse, the Moon is at a greater distance from the Earth than during a total eclipse. An observer on Earth sees the Moon passing along the Sun's disk, and the diameter of the Moon turns out to be less than the diameter of the Sun. Therefore, a bright ring of the solar disk is visible around the Moon. Since an eclipse occurs at dawn, especially if there are some clouds, it was possible to shoot it for about 20 minutes without a solar neutral density filter. The stars do not appear and the sky remains bright, as the sunlight is quite strong.

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  • Annular Solar Eclipse June 10,2021. Detailed time and location of Solar eclipse June 2021.

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    Annular Solar Eclipse June 10,2021. Detailed time and location of Solar eclipse June 2021.
    Some part of world will witness Historic event of rare Annular “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse on June 10, 2021.
    The annular solar eclipse will begin at Sunrise in Canada, and will follow the path from Canada, Greenland and some part of Siberia, Russia. These three counties will report Annular Ring of Fire, while Northern and eastern part of USA will witness partial eclipse at sunrise.
    In this video we have discussed where you can observe
    Annular Ring of Fire Solar eclipse and
    Where Partial eclipse is visible on June 10, 2021
    Detail location and time for eclipse has given in this video, so please check out the complete video.
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  • Annular Solar Eclipse • 2021 June 10 • Animation

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    This is an animation of the annular solar eclipse that will take place on June 10, 2021 for Parts of North America, the Arctic, Europe, and Asia. Information for the cities in the video will be below:

    Alert 89.0% (Annular) 10:45 UT
    Astana 19% 12:10 UT
    Barrow/Utqiaġvik 79% 10:57 UT
    Chicago 22% (Sunrise at 10:18 UT)
    Chokurdakh 88.3% (Annular) 11:26 UT
    Krasnoyarsk 43% 12:06 UT
    London 20% 10:13 UT
    Madrid 4.8% 9:43 UT
    Moscow 15% 11:26 UT
    New York 72% 9:32 UT
    North Pole 89.0% (Annular) 11:00 UT
    Nuuk 81% 10:07 UT
    Oslo 31% 10:42 UT
    Paris 13% 10:11 UT
    Perm 25% 11:47 UT
    Polar Bear Provincial Park 88.2% (Annular) 9:55 UT
    Reykjavík 60% 10:17 UT
    St. John’s, NFL 65% 9:35 UT
    St. Petersburg 25% 11:12 UT
    Vienna 4.4% 10:39 UT
    Warsaw 10% 10:54 UT
    If you want to find out more details about another city visit this website


    This annular solar eclipse is interesting because it passes over the North Pole. This solar eclipse will be visible during midnight sun in Alaska.
    An Annular Solar Eclipse occurs when the Moon appears to pass directly in front of the Sun, but does not cover the Sun completely because it is too far away. There appears to be a “ring of fire” around the Moon. The Annular phase of the eclipse is only visible along a narrow path of annularity. Surrounding areas will see a partial solar eclipse. During an annular solar eclipse, it will not go completely dark, like it does in a total eclipse, but it will get slightly dimmer. I personally noticed a temperature drop and the deepening of the sky’s color during a 75% partial solar eclipse, however I would not have noticed this if I was not paying attention. No annular or partial solar eclipse is safe to look at without eye protection. Visit this website for eye protection details- Even 99.9% coverage can potentially cause eye damage.


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  • Ring of Fire dazzles onlookers as moon blocks sun in near-total eclipse

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    An annular solar eclipse stunned skywatchers Thursday as the moon and sun aligned to create what looked like a ring of fire. WCBS Chief Weathercaster Lonnie Quinn shows us the spectacular views from around the world, and tells you how you can catch the next one.

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  • ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE | RING OF FIRE | SOLAR ECLIPSE JUNE 10, 2021

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    People in the narrow path of annularity — which, for this eclipse, cuts through Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia — will see the ring of fire effect as the Moon passes across the Sun.

    The June 10 eclipse is an annular solar eclipse, meaning that the Sun will never be completely covered by the Moon. The Moon’s orbit around the Earth is not a perfect circle, so throughout each month, the Moon’s distance from Earth varies. During an annular eclipse, the Moon is far enough away from Earth that the Moon appears smaller than the Sun in the sky. Since the Moon does not block the entire view of the Sun, it will look like a dark disk on top of a larger, bright disk. This creates what looks like a ring of fire around the Moon.

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  • How to see the June 10 annular solar eclipse

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    Bob McDonald, host of Quirks and Quarks, shows us when and where Canadians can see the next annular eclipse, which occurs when the moon covers all but the outer edge of the sun, creating what some call a 'ring of fire.' 

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  • Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10

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    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.

    Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Important facts about eclipses

    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Important facts about eclipses (Photo credit: NASA)

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar Eclipse 2021 live stream details

    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10. We have embedded the solar eclipse 2021 live stream link below, so you can come back and watch here too.

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.
    A total solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between Earth and the sun and blocks the light of the Sun. But, when the Moon is too far from earth, it looks smaller and does not block the entire view of the Sun. This creates what looks like a ring around the Moon.

    It is worth noting that only partial solar eclipses can be observed from the North and South Poles, as per NASA.

    NASA says hundreds of years ago when people observed the Moon during an eclipse, they saw Earth’s shadow on the Moon and discovered that the Earth is round. “Even after all these years, scientists are still learning about the Moon from lunar eclipses, NASA said.
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  • A Ring of Fire Eclipse is Coming In June 2021 | Annular Solar Eclipse June 2021

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    An annular solar eclipse is going to take place on June 10, 2021. Also known as the Ring of Fire eclipse, an annular solar eclipse occurs when the Sun, the Earth, and the Moon align, but the Moon does not cover the entire solar disk. This creates an annulus around the Moon - called the ring of fire.

    The timings of the June 2021 solar eclipse are 08:13 to 13: 11 UTC. The annular solar eclipse of June 2021 will be visible from Greenland, Canada, and Russia. A partial eclipse can be seen from the US, UK, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, China, Mongolia, and Bermuda.

    Watching this solar eclipse would be an excellent experience for everyone. But it would be best if you were cautious as negligence can cause damage to your eyes. Do not look at the Sun with naked eyes. A long exposure can burn your eyes permanently. X-Ray sheets and sunglasses must also be avoided as they don't cut off enough light. You wouldn't know if you are hurting your eyes as the damage can take 6-8 hours to show up. The safest way to watch the eclipse is through eclipse glasses or a solar filter.

    The next solar eclipse will take place on December 4.

  • Ring of Fire Annular Solar Eclipse - June 10 2021

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    On June 10th the Moon will pass directly in front of the Sun, producing a Ring of Fire solar eclipse. At greatest eclipse 94% of the Sun's surface will be covered. Near the center-line of the eclipse, observers will experience something special. The Ring Of Fire.

    As the Moon crosses the Sun dead-center a circular strip or annulus of sunlight will completely surround the dark lunar disk. Visually, the Sun has a big black hole in the middle.

    The annular phase of this solar eclipse is visible from parts of Russia, Greenland, and northern Canada. Weather permitting, those in Northern Asia, Europe, the United States and the western and northern parts of Asia will see a partial eclipse.

    In the United States, the partial eclipse will be visible from the northern Midwest, and along the East Coast (except Florida.)

    The next annular solar eclipse comes on October 14, 2023. It will be an all American annular solar eclipse with Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Colorado anf New Mexico witnessing a 95% percent eclipse of the Sun.

    Warning: The ring of sunlight during annularity is blindingly bright. Even though most of the Sun's disk will be covered you still need to use a solar filter or some type of projection technique.

    Stay Tuned!

  • 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse

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    A visualization of the Moon's shadow during the June 10, 2021 annular solar eclipse showing the antumbra (black oval), penumbra (concentric shaded ovals), and path of annularity (red). Images of the Sun show its appearance in a number of locations, each oriented to the local horizon.

    This is an annular (ring) eclipse -- not to be confused with annual. The central part of the shadow, where the silhouette of the Moon is completely surrounded by a ring of sunlight, is called the antumbra. The part of the shadow outside the antumbra, where observers see a partial eclipse, is the penumbra.

  • June 10th Solar Eclipse 2021 - The Ring of Fire Portal Has Opened!!

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    on the morning of june 10. two weeks after may's supermoon and total lunar eclipse. an annular solar eclipse will take place. those able to witness the eclipse are in for a spectacle: during annular solar eclipses. the moon blocks the sun's center. leaving the sun's bright edges to form a ring of fire around the moon. since the blood moon eclipse on may 26. we have been walking a portal between the old and the new. between one state of consciousness and the next. this portal finally comes to an end on june 10. with the arrival of the new moon solar eclipse. this new moon solar eclipse represents a new beginning. whatever path has been cleared for us by the blood moon. we can now begin to see where we are heading. no matter where we currently stand. this solar new moon eclipse will ensure that we are headed in the right direction. it signals a time to embrace the new.



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  • Ring of fire solar eclipse June 2021. Annular Solar eclipse 10 June 2021. Where to see solar eclipse

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    Ring of fire solar eclipse June 2021. Annular Solar eclipse 10 June 2021. Where to see solar eclipse.
    Hello friends, in today's video we are gonna see,
    When is Ring of fire solar eclipse in 2021
    What is mean by solar eclipse?
    What is the difference between total, partial and annular solar eclipse.
    From where you can see annular solar eclipse on 10 June 2021.
    and How to safely observe Solar eclipse.
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    0:00 Blood Moon : Supermoon May 2021
    0:10 1st Solar eclipse of 2021
    0:18 ring of fire solar eclipse June 10, 2021
    0:49 Time of solar eclipse June 10, 2021
    1:10 What is mean by solar Eclipse
    1:29 Total Solar eclipse vs partial solar eclipse
    1:50 Annular solar eclipse
    2:00 what is Ring of fire solar eclipse
    2:23 From where to watch ring of fire solar eclipse June 10, 2021
    3:41 Time of full solar eclipse
    3:59 Counties and states where annular solar eclipse is visible with time
    4:15 How to safely watch solar eclipse
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    In today's video we are gonna see in details about Solar eclipse which is on June 10th.
    Thursday morning, June 10, makes the new moon, which will eclipse the sun at 6:53 a.m. ET.
    On June 10th, the moon comes into Earth’s elliptical orbit, resulting in what is known as the Solar Eclipse. But as the moon will be too far from the Earth to completely cover over the sun, something rare will happen. Before going into details about ring of fire solar Eclipse, I would like to briefly focus on
    What is mean by the Solar Eclipse?
    A solar eclipse happens when the Moon crosses between the Sun and the Earth. The Moon partially or completely blocks the Sun’s light to the viewers on part of the Earth’s surface, casting a shadow.
    A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon, the Sun, and the Earth all line up such that the moon completely blocks out the sun to viewers on part of Earth’s surface.
    If the moon is not completely aligned with the orbit, observers on Earth face the partial solar eclipse. But, if the moon is the farthest from the Earth, known as the apogee, observers on Earth could see the Ring of Fire eclipse.
    This celestial event is known as a very dramatic Ring Of Fire – Annual Solar Eclipse. A stunning annulus – ring appears around the Moon. Since this is not a total eclipse, the edges of the Sun can still be visible around the Moon as a glowing halo.

    Where to watch Ring of Fire 2021?
    The June 10 ring of fire or the annular solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Greenland, North-Eastern Canada, the North Pole and some parts of Russia. Meanwhile, Europe, North America, Asia, Arctic and Atlantic regions will witness a partial solar eclipse.
    Where and when to see the ‘sunrise solar eclipse’ on June 10, 2021 from every U.S. state in the path
    The eclipse begins before sunrise for every location in the U.S. The further northeast you go in the U.S. the more of a partially eclipsed sunrise you’ll see. Unfortunately, for those living in the southern and western United States the eclipse will end before sunrise and so they will miss out on seeing the solar show.
    Where to see Eclipse in Canada?
    According to reports, the eclipse will begin in Canada, northern Ontario and on the north side of Lake Superior at Sunrise. It will be visible at sunrise in Canada and at sunset in Siberia. The ring of fire will be visible in Canada for about three minutes.
    The full eclipse lasts about just 1 hour and 40 minutes, and the annular Ring Of Fire stage of the eclipse lasts a maximum of 3 minutes and 51 seconds.

    HOW TO OBSERVE SOLAR ECLIPSE SAFELY
    Always, use solar filters when observing the Sun. No matter it is a normal day, partial, annular, or total solar eclipse. The solar filters must not have any scratches, punctures, torn, or otherwise damage. If you find those, discard them and buy a new one. No exception.
    If observing the eclipse with your children, always supervise them while using solar filters. A wrong moment could damage the eyes permanently.
    I know guys we all are so excited to witness this historical event of rare ring of fire solar eclipse on Thursday, June 10, 2021, I wish you good luck and hope for clear skies on that day and Remember, no matter what, never look directly at the sun during eclipse.
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  • ☀️ June 10, 2021 Solar Eclipse | 6 Things You NEED To Know!

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    Once in a while, the universe lets us participate in its wonderful world.

    One of the most magickal things you can observe are eclipses.

    However, a very special performance is a full Solar Eclipse.

    And if you live at the right place, in the northern hemisphere, particularly in Northern Canada, Greenland, or Siberia, you will definitely receive a very special treat: The Ring of Fire.

    The rest of us can still have a very enjoyable spectacle.
    In many cities in the world, you can see the partial eclipse.
    For once, keep your protected eyes on the sky.

    A Solar Eclipse is a performance in the sky; it creates enhanced vibrations and energies that impact us here on earth.

    It could feel like a shower of fairy dust or a harsh push in the back.

    It really depends on how spiritually prepared you are.

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  • 2021 Solar Eclipse: Live Annular Solar Eclipse - June 10

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    This Thursday, Greenland, Iceland, the Arctic, most of Europe, much of North America and Asia will experience a solar eclipse.

    Most will see a partial eclipse, where the moon takes a bite out of the sun. From a few specific places in Russia, Greenland and Canada, the event will be visible as an annular eclipse, which occurs when the moon is located near the furthest part of its orbit around the Earth.

    Hence, the moon does not completely cover the Sun. Instead it leaves a ring of bright surface visible around the silhouette of the moon. It is this annulus that gives the eclipse its name.

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  • Annual Solar Eclipse June 10, 2021 Live

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    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.

    Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Important facts about eclipses

    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Important facts about eclipses (Photo credit: NASA)

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar Eclipse 2021 live stream details

    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10. We have embedded the solar eclipse 2021 live stream link below, so you can come back and watch here too.

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.
    A total solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between Earth and the sun and blocks the light of the Sun. But, when the Moon is too far from earth, it looks smaller and does not block the entire view of the Sun. This creates what looks like a ring around the Moon.

    It is worth noting that only partial solar eclipses can be observed from the North and South Poles, as per NASA.

    NASA says hundreds of years ago when people observed the Moon during an eclipse, they saw Earth’s shadow on the Moon and discovered that the Earth is round. “Even after all these years, scientists are still learning about the Moon from lunar eclipses, NASA said.
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  • June 10, 2021 °Annular SOLAR ECLIPSE, Gemini° COMMUNITY - POWER - FREEDOM

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    The June 10 eclipse is an annular solar eclipse, meaning that the Sun will never be completely covered by the Moon. The Moon’s orbit around the Earth is not a perfect circle, so throughout each month, the Moon’s distance from Earth varies. During an annular eclipse, the Moon is far enough away from Earth that the Moon appears smaller than the Sun in the sky. Since the Moon does not block the entire view of the Sun, it will look like a dark disk on top of a larger, bright disk. This creates what looks like a ring of fire around the Moon.

    People in the narrow path of annularity — which, for this eclipse, cuts through Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia — will see the ring of fire effect as the Moon passes across the Sun.

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    The ring of fire solar eclipse is coming up Thursday (June 10) and here's when you can watch the solar eclipse.

    The solar eclipse will be visible will be partially visible from the United States, northern Canada, Europe, northern Asia, Russia and Greenland. You can also watch solar eclipse live online with several live solar eclipse webcasts, and if you live in any of the areas where the solar eclipse is visible and it's safe to travel, you can look at it outside — just make sure to wear protection.
    Solar eclipses happen when moon passes in front of our sun, from the view of our planet. Total solar eclipses happen when our moon covers the entire sun. A ring of fire or annular eclipse happens when the moon is near its farthest point from Earth during an eclipse
    The first locations where you can see the partial phase of solar eclipse — where the moon takes a bite out of the sun — will happen at 4:13 a.m. EDT (0813 GMT); local time will vary depending on where you are situated. You can see a partial eclipse if you are living north and east of a line running roughly from Edmonton, Alberta, to Des Moines, Iowa, down through Savannah, Georgia.
    The annular solar eclipse will start being visible in those northerly regions fortunate enough to see it at 5:48 a.m. EDT (0948 GMT), according to Time and Date. The maximum eclipse will happen at 6:42 a.m. EDT (1042 GMT) in the north polar region, where the annular phase will last roughly 3 minutes and 51 seconds.
    Annularity will be best visible in Canada, as the path begins on the north shoreline of Lake Superior and is highly visible in the Canadian Shield of northwest Ontario and the Canadian Arctic tundra. Unfortunately, those living in the United States won't be able to see the ring of fire in person because the border to Canada has been closed to non-essential travel due to the pandemic.

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    The world is about to be treated to an annular solar eclipse, or the “ring of fire”.

    The Moon will move in front of the Sun and block out most of its light, leaving only a blazing circle around it.

    It will be visible in some form across the east coast of the US, most of Europe including the UK and Ireland, and northern Asia. Not everyone will get the full celestial sight – in those places, it will be partial, and the Sun will appear as a crescent in the sky – but lots of people will get to see some of it.

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  • Solar eclipse, “ring of fire” light up skies around the world

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    Several countries got to experience a celestial phenomenon on Thursday as they witnessed a solar eclipse lighting up the skies in the northern hemisphere.

    Timelapse footage from St. Catharine's, Ont. captured a partial solar eclipse, creating a spectacular crescent which rose in the night sky and painted the sky red.

    Solar eclipses occur when the moon moves across the face of the sun and blocks out some or all of the light emanating from it.

    Other countries experienced a “ring of fire,” or annular, solar eclipse where the moon moves entirely over the sun but does not block out its light, leaving a thin ring of brilliance.

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  • Annular Solar Eclipse 10 June 2021

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    A ring of fire“ annular solar eclipse will occur on 10 June 2021. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby partly blocking the Sun’s image for an observer here on Earth. During the eclipse, the Moon's apparent diameter remains smaller than the Sun's, so it will block most of the Sun's light and cause the Sun to look like an annulus or ring. This annular eclipse will be visible from parts of northeastern Canada, Greenland, the Arctic Ocean (passing over the North Pole), and the Russian Far East, whilst the eclipse will appear partial from a region thousands of kilometres wide, which includes northern and eastern North America, most of Europe. and northern Asia.
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    In a surprising turn of events, the skies appear to be clearing for a view of the eclipse on Thursday morning. For those of us in the northeast, the eclipse will already be in progress before sunrise (5:28 AM) on June 10th and will conclude at 6:34AM. Unfortunately, the Sun will only reach 10º above the horizon before the eclipse ends, meaning our tree-line at Kopernik Observatory will obscure this event from our eyes and telescopes. Fear not, though, as our livestream astronomer, Jeremy, will journey to a campsite with a clearer horizon—and potentially even better weather—to share the eclipse with you at home. Join us live to chat with Jeremy during the eclipse or view the recording of the event later on our YouTube channel. 

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    An annular eclipse of the Sun was observed on 10 June 2021 from Canada. During an annular eclipse, the Moon is too far away from the Earth to completely cover the Sun.
    Credit: Video footage courtesy of NASA/Luc Boulard, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Sudbury Centre

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    The video includes a few footage from random webcams located in Minnesota and Wisconsin (provider: webcamtaxi.com), when the Sun at the greatest phase of the eclipse was between 3,5 and 5 degrees below the horizon. In turn, I could see the fantastic phenomenon, when the dawn progress was freezing for a while due to increasing eclipse obscuration combined with decreasing solar depression before sunrise. After the annularity, I could see how the scene gets brighter dramatically, much faster than usual.

  • 10 June 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse | Timings | How to watch ?| Locations |Myths about solar Eclipses

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  • Annular Solar Eclipse 2021 - June Solar Eclipse | Ring of Fire 2021 | Solar Eclipse of June 2021

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    Solar Eclipse June 2021 is all set to be witnessed on June 10 2021. This annular solar eclipse appears like a ring of fire and hence also called cosmic halo.
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  • Annular Solar Eclipse - LIVE June 10 2021 | SPACE TV

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  • Partial Eclipse of the Sun for USA on June 10, 2021

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    In this video, as pointed out by AstroRex, I forgot to mention New York in the list of states seeing a partial eclipse this June. Thanks!

    An annular eclipse of the Sun, on June 10, 2021, will fall on a Thursday. The annular phase begins over Canada, crosses into the Arctic circle, and then ends in Russia. The maximum coverage of the Moon will occur between Greenland and Ellesmere Island. The magnitude of that coverage will be 94.35%, and this will happen at 6:42 am EDT. A portion of the United States will see a partial eclipse of the Sun.

    This is not a total eclipse of the Sun; thus, special eye protection is required to view this event!

  • Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse June 10, 2021 | Annular Solar Eclipse 2021

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    On Thursday, June 10, 2021, people across the northern hemisphere will have the chance to experience an annular or partial eclipse of the Sun.

    Showing the annular eclipse, the Moon moves in front of the Sun, blocking it, except for a ring around the edges. This creates a ring of fire look.

    A solar eclipse happens when the Moon moves between the Sun and Earth, casting a shadow on Earth, fully or partially blocking the Sun’s light in some areas. During an annular eclipse, the Moon is far enough away from Earth that the Moon appears smaller than the Sun in the sky. Since the Moon does not block the entire view of the Sun, it will look like a dark disk on top of a larger, bright disk. This creates what looks like a ring of fire around the Moon. People in parts of Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia will experience the annular eclipse.

    In some places, viewers won’t get to see this ring around the Moon. They’ll instead experience a partial solar eclipse. This happens when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are not exactly lined up. The Sun will appear to have a dark shadow on only part of its surface. Viewers in parts of the eastern United States and northern Alaska will see a partial solar eclipse on June 10, along with much of Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa.

    In the United States, the partial eclipse will be visible along parts of the Southeast, Northeast, Midwest, and in Northern Alaska. In many of these locations, the eclipse will occur before, during, and shortly after sunrise. This means that viewers will need to get a clear view of the horizon during sunrise in order to see the eclipse.

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  • “10 June 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse”: online observation – 10 June 2021

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    Next 10 June 2021, the Sun will offer an amazing annular eclipse, mainly visible from Canada, Greenland and Russia. As in the past, the Virtual Telescope Project will partner with some generous astro-imagers there to bring to you the stunning beauty of such a unique event.

    We are putting together an international team, thanks to very generous people willing to share their views with the world: our observers will be in Canada, where the eclipse will be annular.

    So far, the June 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse Team is composed as below:

    - Bill Longo (Toronto, Canada);
    - Malcolm Park (Toronto, Canada);
    - Paul Owen (Saint John, Canada);
    - Chris Curwin (Saint John, Astronomy by the Bay, Canada);
    - Brendon Roy (Thunder Bay Center, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada);
    - Randy Enkin (Victoria Centre, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada);
    - Jim Thompson (Ottawa Valley Astronomy & Observers Group, Canada);
    - Daniel Brousseau (Sherbrooke, Astronomes Amateurs de  Sherbrooke, Canada);
    - Luc Boulard (Sudbury Centre, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada);
    - Colin Durocher (Sudbury Centre, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada);
    - Antoine Garwah (Science Timmins, Ontario, Canada);
    - Karim Jaffer (Montreal Centre, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada);
    - Adrian Bradley (Great Lakes Association of Astronomy Clubs, Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse, MI, USA);
    - Trevor Kjorlien (Plateau Astro, Montréal, Canada);
    - coordinator and live comment: Gianluca Masi (The Virtual Telescope Project, Italy).

    The live feed covering the annular solar eclipse will start on 10 June 2021, starting at 09:00 UTC.

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    On June 10, 2021, an annular solar eclipse begins at sunrise in southern Ontario, Canada. The Moon’s antumbral shadow touches down on the northern section of Lake Superior and traverses three countries; Canada, Greenland, and Russia.

    During an annular solar eclipse, the apparent size of the Moon’s disk is slightly smaller than the apparent size of the Sun’s disk. Therefore only the outer edge of the Sun remains visible and the Sun appears as a brilliant ring if you are inside the path of annular solar eclipse. This is an otherworldly sight often called a “ring of fire”, but you must use solar viewing glasses or other approved filters to view the eclipse.

    This is an annular (ring) eclipse -- not to be confused with annual. The central part of the shadow, where the silhouette of the Moon is completely surrounded by a ring of sunlight, is called the antumbra. The part of the shadow outside the antumbra, where observers see a partial eclipse, is the penumbra.

    Do not look at the Sun with naked eyes. A long exposure can burn your eyes permanently. X-Ray sheets and sunglasses must also be avoided as they don't cut off enough light. You wouldn't know if you are hurting your eyes as the damage can take 6-8 hours to show up. The safest way to watch the eclipse is through eclipse glasses or a solar filter.

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    Moose Factory- Annular 9:51 UT 88.1% 41 Seconds

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    New York- 72.8% 09:33 UT
    Ottawa 80.1% 09:40 UT
    Rochester 78.3% 09:38 UT
    Sudbury 84.5% 09:44 UT
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    Cincinnati 19.8% 10:14 UT
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    Marquette 68.5% 10:00 UT
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  • Annular Solar Eclipse June 10, 2021 in London, England

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    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.

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    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10.

    Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Important facts about eclipses (Photo credit: NASA)

    Solar Eclipse 2021: The first Solar Eclipse of this year will take place on June 10, which is tomorrow. This celestial event comes just days after the year’s first super blood moon and total lunar eclipse, which took place on May 26. As per the map published by NASA, the solar eclipse will be visible in India, but only from Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.

    Those who are based in parts of the eastern United States, northern Alaska, Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa will get to see the solar eclipse. In most of the areas, the 2021 annular solar eclipse event will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and it will be at its peak at 06:41 PM (IST).

    Solar Eclipse 2021 live stream details

    Both NASA and Timeanddate.com have published the live stream link of the solar eclipse 2021, so that everyone can watch this rare astronomical event online on June 10. We have embedded the solar eclipse 2021 live stream link below, so you can come back and watch here too.

    Solar eclipse 2021: Rare event

    The annular solar eclipse is a rare and mesmerising sight and you shouldn’t miss this astronomical event. According to NASA, annular solar eclipses appear every 18 months somewhere on Earth and they are visible only a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses.
    A total solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between Earth and the sun and blocks the light of the Sun. But, when the Moon is too far from earth, it looks smaller and does not block the entire view of the Sun. This creates what looks like a ring around the Moon.

    It is worth noting that only partial solar eclipses can be observed from the North and South Poles, as per NASA.

    NASA says hundreds of years ago when people observed the Moon during an eclipse, they saw Earth’s shadow on the Moon and discovered that the Earth is round. “Even after all these years, scientists are still learning about the Moon from lunar eclipses, NASA said.
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  • How to Plan a Photo of an Annular Solar Eclipse - June 10, 2021 | Step by Step Tutorial

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    ???? To start planning your photos:

    Learn how to plan a photo of the upcoming annular solar eclipse - June 10, 2021 or any other solar eclipse in the future - with PhotoPills from start to finish. So you gain the power to be at the right place, at the right time to capture the solar eclipse photo you want. Including the phase of totality (ring of fire) and the partial phase.

    TIME INDEX
    00:53 Where is the annular solar eclipse visible?
    02:48 When is the annular solar eclipse visible?
    04:30 Figure out the shooting spot and shooting time

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    - The 36 Best Photos in 2020


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    - Understanding Natural Light: Golden Hour, Blue Hour and Twilights

    - Understanding Depth of Field (DoF) and How to Calculate it

    - Understanding the Hyperfocal Distance

    - Learn How To Focus at the Hyperfocal Distance in 1 Minute!


    MILKY WAY PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Milky Way Photography Planning

    - Learn Milky Way Photography

    - Milky Way Photography Masterclass with Alyn Wallace

    - How to Post Process the Milky Way with Nick Page

    - How to Calculate the Milky Way Photography Exposure Time

    - Photographing the Milky Way with a Natural Arch


    MOON PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Photo of the Next Full Moon with a Building

    - How to Photograph the Moon with Foreground

    - How to Get in Focus Both The Moon and The Subject

    - Moon Photography Masterclass with Jennifer Khordi

    - Photographing a Full Moon Silhouette from Another Galaxy


    SUNSET & SUNRISE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Powerful Sunset Photo | When You Know the Date

    - How to Plan Any Sunset Photo You Imagine

    - How to Plan a Sunset Photo in a Valley | Or a Sunrise

    - Photographing the Sun setting through the natural arch of Es Pont d’En Gil


    LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Landscape Photography with Nigel Danson

    - Landscape Photography Post Processing with Albert Dros

    - How to Edit Your Landscape Photography in Photoshop with Sean Bagshaw


    LONG EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH LENS FILTERS
    - Calculating Long Exposure Times Using ND Filters


    SEASCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Seascape Photography Masterclass with Francesco Gola


    METEOR SHOWER PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan Any Meteor Shower Photo You Imagine

    - How to Plan a Photo of the Perseids Meteor Shower 2021

    - How to Plan a Photo of the Geminids 2020

    - Perseids Meteor Shower Photography Masterclass with Ian Norman

    - Photographing the Perseids Meteor Shower with an Ancient Oak Tree


    SOLAR ECLIPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Photo of the 2020 Total Solar Eclipse

    - Annular Solar Eclipse Photography Masterclass with Joshua Cripps


    LUNAR ECLIPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan the Total lunar eclipse with the Giza pyramids


    STAR TRAILS PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan Any Star Trails Photo You Imagine

    - How to Photograph Star Trails


    TIMELAPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Calculate Timelapse Settings


    LEARN PHOTOPILLS
    - How to Enable and Use the Widgets

    - How to move the Red Pin of the Planner

    - How to Save, Share and Import Plans and Locations

    - Mastering the Load button of the Planner

    - Calibrating the Augmented Reality Views

    - Understanding the Map Buttons of the Planner

  • Annular Solar Eclipse in North part of earth

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  • Ring of Fire Annular Solar Eclipse Coming in June 10,2021 | @The Cosmos News

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    Update: June 10 Rare ring of fire solar eclipse captured in spectacular photos from around the world
    Don't Miss the Ring of Fire Annular Solar Eclipse in June
    If you keep up with celestial events, you may already know that there's more than one type of eclipse. North America won't get another total solar eclipse until May 2022, but on June 10, 2021, you can look up to catch a ring of fire annular eclipse. Here's what you should know to make sure you don't miss it.

    What Is an Annular Eclipse?

    Unlike a total solar eclipse, the moon doesn't completely cover the sun during an annular eclipse. When the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, the sun's outer edge remains visible at all times. This results in a dazzling ring of light circling the moon.

    When the moon is farther away from Earth, it obscures less of the sun during a solar eclipse. The satellite needs to be relatively close to our planet to create a total solar eclipse like the one we witnessed in North America in 2017.

    How to See the Annular Eclipse

    The full ring of fire effect will only be visible to people in northern Ontario, Quebec, and Nunavut in Canada during the eclipse on June 10. To sky-gazers in southern Canada and the northeastern United States, the edges of the sun won't make a full circle around the moon. Instead, the moon will appear to take a bite out of the sun, turning it into a crescent shape. The full annular eclipse lasts for three minutes and 51 seconds, and it will begin at 5:49 a.m. EDT on Thursday, June 10. The partial solar eclipse will last from 4:12 a.m. to 9:11 a.m. EDT.

  • Ring of Fire Eclipse to Sweep Across Earth | Annular Solar Eclipse 10, June 2021

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    Solar eclipses are natural phenomena that are a result of the Sun’s light not being able to reach the Earth. This usually happens due to the Moon coming between the Earth and the Sun. During a solar eclipse, our natural satellite casts a shadow onto us. The first solar eclipse of 2021 will take place on June 10. This celestial event comes a few days after sky gazers witnessed 2021’s lunar eclipse. So, Get ready to see the dramatic ‘Ring of Fire’ in the coming days.

    #solareclipse2021 #annulareclipse #ringoffire

  • How to Photograph an Annular Solar Eclipse - June 10, 2021 | Step by Step Tutorial

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    ???? To start planning your photos:

    Learn how to photograph the upcoming annular solar eclipse (June 10, 2021) or any other solar eclipse in the future, including: planning, gear, camera settings, where to focus...

    TIME INDEX
    00:40 How to plan an annular solar eclipse
    01:37 All the equipment you need to photograph an annular solar eclipse
    02:44 How to photograph an annular solar eclipse step by step

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    INSPIRATION
    - What to Photograph in 2021

    - The 36 Best Photos in 2020


    PHOTOGRAPHY FUNDAMENTALS
    - Understanding Natural Light: Golden Hour, Blue Hour and Twilights

    - Understanding Depth of Field (DoF) and How to Calculate it

    - Understanding the Hyperfocal Distance

    - Learn How To Focus at the Hyperfocal Distance in 1 Minute!


    MILKY WAY PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Milky Way Photography Planning

    - Learn Milky Way Photography

    - Milky Way Photography Masterclass with Alyn Wallace

    - How to Post Process the Milky Way with Nick Page

    - How to Calculate the Milky Way Photography Exposure Time

    - Photographing the Milky Way with a Natural Arch


    MOON PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Photo of the Next Full Moon with a Building

    - How to Photograph the Moon with Foreground

    - How to Get in Focus Both The Moon and The Subject

    - Moon Photography Masterclass with Jennifer Khordi

    - Photographing a Full Moon Silhouette from Another Galaxy


    SUNSET & SUNRISE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Powerful Sunset Photo | When You Know the Date

    - How to Plan Any Sunset Photo You Imagine

    - How to Plan a Sunset Photo in a Valley | Or a Sunrise

    - Photographing the Sun setting through the natural arch of Es Pont d’En Gil


    LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Landscape Photography with Nigel Danson

    - Landscape Photography Post Processing with Albert Dros

    - How to Edit Your Landscape Photography in Photoshop with Sean Bagshaw


    LONG EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH LENS FILTERS
    - Calculating Long Exposure Times Using ND Filters


    SEASCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - Seascape Photography Masterclass with Francesco Gola


    METEOR SHOWER PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan Any Meteor Shower Photo You Imagine

    - How to Plan a Photo of the Perseids Meteor Shower 2021

    - How to Plan a Photo of the Geminids 2020

    - Perseids Meteor Shower Photography Masterclass with Ian Norman

    - Photographing the Perseids Meteor Shower with an Ancient Oak Tree


    SOLAR ECLIPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan a Photo of the 2020 Total Solar Eclipse

    - Annular Solar Eclipse Photography Masterclass with Joshua Cripps


    LUNAR ECLIPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan the Total lunar eclipse with the Giza pyramids


    STAR TRAILS PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Plan Any Star Trails Photo You Imagine

    - How to Photograph Star Trails


    CONJUNCTIONS
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    TIMELAPSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    - How to Calculate Timelapse Settings


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    - How to Enable and Use the Widgets

    - How to move the Red Pin of the Planner

    - How to Save, Share and Import Plans and Locations

    - Mastering the Load button of the Planner

    - Calibrating the Augmented Reality Views

    - Understanding the Map Buttons of the Planner

  • I Took a Picture of THE SUN

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    Annular Solar Eclipse 2021 (Partial)

    In this video, I travel to a location with a view of the eastern horizon to photograph a partial SOALR eclipse with my DSLR camera and lens.

    Camera: Canon ESO 6D Mk II
    Lens: Canon EF 400mm F/5.6
    Extender: Canon 1.4X Teleconverter
    Filters: Neewer ND8 Filter, Neewer UV Filter (Don't do this)
    Solar Filter: Thousand Oaks Optical 8 Solar Filter

    NEVER look directly at the sun without a safe solar filter!

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  • Annular Solar Eclipse in Europe. June 10,2021 - time and location

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    Annular Solar Eclipse in Europe. June 10,2021 - time and location. Solar eclipse in European cities: Reykjavik, Dublin, London, Madrid, Paris, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Stockholm, Vienna, Warsaw, Moscow.

    #eclipse #solareclipse

    00:00 Start
    00:20 Reykjavik - 9:06
    01:05 Dublin - 10:01
    01:49 London - 10:08
    02:30 Madrid - 11:00
    02:56 Paris - 11:12
    03:35 Oslo - 11:30
    04:19 Copenhagen - 11:33
    05:01 Berlin - 11:36
    05:41 Stockholm - 11:41
    06:23 Vienna - 11:52
    06:57 Warsaw - 11:55
    07:29 Murmansk - 12:57
    08:24 Moscow - 13:22

  • An EPIC View of the Moon’s Shadow During the June 10 Solar Eclipse

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    NASA’s EPIC, Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC), sits aboard NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite (DSCOVR). EPIC provides high-quality, color images of Earth, which are useful for monitoring factors like the planet’s vegetation, cloud height, and ozone. And every once in a while – most recently, June 10, 2021 – it has the opportunity to capture a solar eclipse.

    A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is positioned between the Sun and Earth, leading the Moon’s shadow to be projected onto Earth. During a total solar eclipse, the Moon completely blocks the Sun. During an annular solar eclipse, like the one on June 10, the Moon is near its farthest point from Earth and appears smaller than the Sun in the sky. As the two align, the Sun appears as a ring of fire surrounding the dark disk of the Moon.

    On June 10, viewers in parts of Canada, Greenland, and Russia were treated to a full annular eclipse. People in a handful of other locations, including parts of the Caribbean, Asia, Europe, eastern United States, Alaska, and northern Africa, were able to catch a partial solar eclipse, where only part of the Sun is blocked by the Moon, leaving behind a crescent-shaped piece of Sun. EPIC didn’t have too bad a view, either.

    You can find more photos and videos from EPIC, including a few lunar photobombs at:

    Music: “Cherry on Top” by Ben Beiny [PRS] from Universal Production Music

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  • June 10, 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse : From where we can see? | Space Time #shorts

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    June 10, 2021 Annular Solar Eclipse : From where we can see?

    The annular phase of this solar eclipse is visible from parts of Russia, Greenland, and northern Canada. Weather permitting, those in Northern Asia, Europe, and the United States will see a partial eclipse.
    Note: The eclipse is not visible from any parts of India.

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  • PhotoPills Planning the Annular Eclipse in Chicago - June 10, 2021

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    This is my plan for attempting to shoot the June 10, 2021 partial solar eclipse from Chicago.
    WATCH THE ECLIPSE SHOOTING VIDEO HERE:

    In this planning video, I go over my eclipse shooting plan in PhotoPills and talk a little about equipment selection and how that affects field of view and subject size. Wish me luck!

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  • Shooting the Annular Solar Eclipse | Chicago | June 10, 2021

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    Join us on our solar eclipse shooting adventure on the lakefront at sunrise in downtown Chicago.
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