The moon passes between the Earth and sun coming up on June 10, 2021. It is “eclipse season” at this time each year. The solar eclipse follows the lunar eclipse after two weeks.
This eclipse will be visible in Canada, Greenland, the Arctic Ocean and Siberia. To see a Nasa video model and maps of how this eclipse will unfold, visit this link. It will be partially visible for much of the rest of northeastern North America, Greenland, Northern Europe and northern Asia.
It is expected to last 3 minutes 51 seconds,” according to EarthSky.
The event will conclude around 6:29 a.m. ET.
Sun gazers are reminded to wear special solar eclipse glasses to protect your eyes while viewing the celestial phenomenon.
This is just one of two solar eclipses in 2021. A total solar eclipse will be visible on December 4.