It's that time again where certain people on Earth are lucky enough to see an annular eclipse, or "ring of fire."
People on the ground in much of Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands will be able to gaze toward the sky Thursday evening and witness the eclipse. However, the rest of us, who aren't in that part of the world, can watch the action live on the Slooh SpaceCamera Web site via an Australia-based telescope.
An annular eclipse is no ordinary eclipse; it's a rare and spectacular occurrence. Rather than a complete … Read more