Satellites capture images of the moon cast shadow on Earth during annular solar eclipse Thursday morning (June 10)
When the sun begins to rise on Thursday morning Sky watchers in the northern hemisphere also get a spectacular sight. That is an annular solar eclipse, also known as “Ring of Fire”
Ah! solar eclipse Occurs when the moon enters between the Earth and the Sun. cast a shadow on our planet and temporarily block the sun from our view. However, during an annular solar eclipse, The moon is too far from the earth to fully cover the sun. Therefore, the bright edge of the sun is still visible.
However, although this seems “Ring of Fire”; for sky watchers on the surface of the earth. But when viewed from space The eclipse also looks very different.
Solar eclipse ‘Ring of Fire’ 2021: Take a look at the beautiful pictures from the stargazers.
NASA’s GOES-East satellite, a weather probe that observes the Earth. Capture events from orbit Satellites observe the shadow cast by the moon on Earth. From the point of view clearly between the two large objects.
in these observations You can see the moon’s shadow continually moving on Earth’s surface as it passes in front of the sun. block its rays
Earth-based stargazers saw this shadow from the other side. And those who are lucky with good weather and a bright enough horizon will be treated to a spectacular show. Even those who can only see a partial solar eclipse Just like people in the US For some, it looks like a “crescent sun” since the moon is only partially forward in front of our nearby star.
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