The “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse stunned skywatchers around the world on Thursday morning.

In cloudy New York City, a partial eclipse was visible from behind gray, puffy clouds as residents came to work.

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Images from social media showed eclipse behind bridges, bright red morning sky and as a backdrop to iconic landmarks.

somewhere in the northern hemisphere, the annular eclipse can be seen completely moon passed through Earth And this Sun, partially obscures the star from view and leaves its outer ring exposed.

While the annular “Ring of Fire” eclipse was visible to residents of Canada, Greenland and parts of northern Russia, the Great White North, parts of the Caribbean, parts of Europe, Asia, North Africa, the eastern US and northern Alaska Able to see a partial eclipse.

Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London, is shaded by the partially eclipsed Sun on Thursday, June 10, 2021.  (AP photo/Frank Augustine)

It appeared as if the Moon had “bitten” the Sun: obscuring only part of the hot ball of glowing gas.

American viewers looked to the eastern horizon to see the eclipse, and NASA warning That the use of special eclipse glasses would be necessary to avoid the risk of blindness.

A man wears special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse in Trafalgar Square, London, Thursday, June 10, 2021.  (AP Photo/Frank Augustine)

The first solar eclipse of 2021, this event was estimated to last about one hour and 40 minutes, according to earthsky.

Weather or location not permitting, interested parties can view NASA’s celestial spectacle Live YouTube Coverage or Italy-based sites like LIKE virtual telescope.

The Sun is partially eclipsed as it rises over lower Manhattan in New York, Thursday, June 10, 2021.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

next and last solar eclipse of the year Take place on December 4th, is visible only from Antarctica and southern Africa in its entirety.

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The next total solar eclipse visible from the US will occur on April 8, 2024.