Solar eclipse will create a rare crescent sunrise for millions of viewers
While people across the U.S. Northeast and Europe will see versions of a partial eclipse, a lucky few farther north will witness a blazing ring of fire in the sky.
On June 10, millions of people across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere will be able to witness the majesty of a solar eclipse. Depending on where you live, you may see either a stunning ring of fire known as an annular eclipse or a partial solar eclipse, with a portion of the sun covered by the moon.
For many observers in the northeastern United States, the sun will already be partially eclipsed as it appears above the horizon, creating a crescent sunrise.
If local conditions are just right, some viewers in areas including New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts may be lucky enough to experience a rare Devil’s Horns sunrise. This spooky sight occurs when two ends