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How to watch today's annular eclipse, the first since 1994

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If you'd like to see today's annular eclipse, a rare event that makes the sun loo like a ring of fire, iO9 has assembled a handy guide on how to view it safely.

Annular Eclipse (NASA)
Annular Eclipse (NASA)

If you'd like to see today's annular eclipse, a rare event that makes the sun look like a ring of fire, be sure to check out iO9's handy guide on how to view it safely. According to the National Geographic, the eclipse will be visible from China to the midwestern United States, and will make landfall in North America starting in California at 6:26PM PT. National Geographic says that the eclipse will then move across the Western states, and will end in Lubbock, Texas around 8:36PM CT.