Enthusiasts and astronomers alike were up early this morning hoping for clear skies to view the annular solar eclipse. Weather wasn’t an issue in London, Ontario as you can see in these stunning pictures.
According to the Canadian Space Agency during an annular eclipse “the Moon is closer to the Sun; hence the Moon appears smaller than the Sun. A ring of light from the Sun is always visible.” Parts of Canada will see a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.
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