Sky watchers in northern Canada can look up, up, up to a burning ring of fire June 10.
This particular solar eclipse is called an annular eclipse. The term refers to the ring of the sun that will be visible around the moon during the eclipse.
People located in the path of annularity — in Northern Ontario, Northern Quebec and Eastern Nunavut — will be able to see the annular eclipse for a few minutes at the maximum of the eclipse.
The event will be the only time in the 21st century that there will be a solar event of this kind. To celebrate the eclipse, CJ Parr and Michael Bodnar, teachers at East
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