'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse: The Science of Today's Strange Celestial Event"A potentially dazzling ring-shaped solar eclipse today (May 9) will be a celestial show sure to amaze for those able to view it. Weather permitting, the passage of the moon in front of the sun will make the star look like a cosmic "ring of fire" for observers in western Australia, where the best viewing areas are."Read more from SPACE.com.
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'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse: The Science of Today's Strange Celestial Event

"A potentially dazzling ring-shaped solar eclipse today (May 9) will be a celestial show sure to amaze for those able to view it. Weather permitting, the passage of the moon in front of the sun will make the star look like a cosmic "ring of fire" for observers in western Australia, where the best viewing areas are."

Read more fromĀ SPACE.com.

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