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Apparently the Moon liked it, so they put a ring on it! Grab your telescope and dive into these stunning photos of the Ring of Fire solar eclipse. 

Did you see the ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse? Gaze at these stunning photos

Apparently the Moon liked it, so they put a ring on it! The Ring of Fire solar eclipse blazed across the sky early this morning to the delight of early risers in parts of North America, northern Canada, Europe, northern Asia, Russia, and Greenland. The Ring of Fire solar eclipse allowed for some breathtaking views for anyone’s early commute and led to amazing live streams for those of us who weren’t able to catch the phenomenon. 

The Ring of Fire solar eclipse was a partial eclipse, as a full solar eclipse is apparently very rare. This partial eclipse happens when the moon is near its farthest point from Earth during an eclipse, so the moon appears smaller than the sun in the sky and doesn’t block the whole solar disk, leading to this beautiful astronomical view. 

Naturally, Twitter exploded over the Ring of Fire solar eclipse. We burned our way through the threads to find the best pictures of the eclipse for those of us late risers. Grab your telescope and dive into these stunning photos of the Ring of Fire solar eclipse. 

New York, New York 

Lady Liberty is getting a glow up today! 

Not Photo 101 

Very nice photography skills, dude! Someone definitely understood the assignment. 

Up and at ‘em! 

What a way to start the day! 

Let there be light

Gonna need some sunglasses to look at these pictures! 

 Time lapse 

A nice little sum-up of this incredible phenomenon! 

New playlist 

Some great tunes for you to space out to . . . 

Total Eclipse of the Heart 

Aka the only appropriate song to play today, even if it was only a partial eclipse. 

Back in time 

It would probably be . . . a mixed reception to say the least. 

Good morning, Baltimore! 

Now that’s a morning pick-me-up! 

 Up the Hill 

Imagine walking onto Capitol Hill to that amazing view . . . 

Have any other stunning photos of the Ring of Fire solar eclipse? Drop them below in the comments to keep our day glowing bright!

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