According tomedia CNET, the first solar eclipse of 2020 will occur on June 21, when people will be able to see a glowing “ring of fire”: the solar eclipse. The center of the sun is dark when the eclipse occurs, and the edges are still bright, forming a halo. People in parts of Africa and Asia will be able to watch the eclipse. “A narrow streak from Africa to the Pacific will see the moon in front of the sun (which blocks 99.4 percent of the sun at peak times in northern India), so you can see only a bright halo,” NASA said in its June sky-watching update.
A NASA website also shows the path of the eclipse on an interactive map and lets people zoom in to find out where to watch it. It is worth noting that the eclipse is visible throughout the country during the eclipse, meaning that people can at least observe the partial eclipse.
In addition, the Virtual Telescope Project will broadcast the solar eclipse live. The Virtual Telescope Project will begin coverage saturday at 10:30 p.m. Pacific time.
Japan’s National Observatory will begin providing live Japanese coverage at 15:45 local time on June 21 and provide a partial view of the eclipse.
This won’t be the only solar eclipse this year. People in parts of South America will have a chance to enjoy the total solar eclipse on December 14.