Arctic ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse of 2021 changed southern auroras. Here’s how.

A solar eclipse on one side of Earth stimulated aurora displays on the opposite side of our planet, according to a new study. The “ring of fire” or annular solar eclipse of June 10, 2021, passed over sparsely-populated regions near and within the Arctic Circle in Canada, Greenland and Russia, and appeared as a partial … Read more

Solar eclipse guide 2021: When, where & how to see them

There are two partial solar eclipses in 2022. The first partial solar eclipse will occur on Apr. 30 and be visible from parts of South America, Antarctica, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Then on Oct. 25, another partial solar eclipse will be visible over Europe, western Asia and northeast Africa.  A solar eclipse occurs when the … Read more