Don’t Miss Out on the Ring of Fire Eclipse: How to Safely View This Cosmic Event


Skywatchers can witness a breathtaking show with the upcoming Ring of Fire Eclipse. This rare phenomenon will begin on October 14, at 12:13 pm ET in Oregon and gradually unveil itself across the United States, concluding its journey three hours later in Texas. It’s important to safely view the sky event.

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It’s not just Oregon and Texas that will have the privilege of witnessing this cosmic spectacle. Residents of Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, and California will also get a chance to see the maximum obscuring of the sun, provided they are in the right location within their respective states. This marks the first time in over a decade that an annular solar eclipse will be visible in North America.

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Approximately eight U.S. states will fall within the path of the 2023 annular solar eclipse: Oregon, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. This exceptional event occurs when the moon comes between Earth and the sun, temporarily concealing some or all of the sun’s radiant face as it passes by.