The “ring of fire” solar eclipse will bring a dim sunrise on Thursday in the northeastern United States and Canada.

For those living in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, New York and New England, as well as southern Ontario and Quebec, sunrise on Thursday (June 10) brings a striking image of the crescent moon rising in the east. -to the north-east. This is because the Moon will pass through part of the Sun in the first solar eclipse of the year.

To see the sun rise in a crescent shape, find a level, clear horizon, free of any obstructions. Probably, it would be nice to conduct reconnaissance in the previous days, so as not to rush to search until the dawn of the key morning. Some high roofs or coastlines can provide just such a view.

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