See the rare “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse captured by people around the world

According tomedia CNET reported that in 2019 there were three solar eclipses in the sky, the last of which occurred yesterday in the “ring of fire.” Thursday’s only solar eclipse of the year took place in parts of the eastern hemisphere. This is because the moon is between the sun and the earth, but far from the Earth, the “Soren’s Eye” effect cannot completely obscure the sun.

You can watch the entire eclipse in the video taken by the people of Singapore above.

Some of the best shots capture the “ring of fire” that formed in the Middle East and South Asia on Thursday morning, such as photographer Kertu Saarits’s masterpiece in Dubai:

The formation of the “Ring of Fire” was also captured by the Saudi population:

Clouds in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, add a unique effect to the solar eclipse:

On the wall in Delhi, India, the eclipse appears as a “dancing shadow”:

Astronauts on the International Space Station capture different images from space:

It is reported that next June 21 will be another solar eclipse, when it will be staged in Africa, Asia and parts of the Pacific coast.

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