NEARLY one-third of the sun will be blocked out by the moon in a partial solar eclipse this month.
Some parts of the northern hemisphere will experience a total eclipse, as some countries face a near blackout overhead on Thursday, June 10.
The phenomenon – also known as the ring of fire – is an annular solar eclipse that takes place every year in different areas of the world.
And those in the UK and US will be lucky enough to catch it.
A partial eclipse will dawn over the United Kingdom from around 11.13am BST while those in New York City can watch from around 4.38am Eastern Time.
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