Most Metal Sunrises – Solar Eclipse Allows Some To See “Devil’s Horns”
A solar eclipse called the “Ring of Fire” was seen by people around the world on Thursday morning (June 10). And as a result of the periodic planetary phenomenon, eclipse watchers in some areas might have seen an unusual crescent-shaped sunrise that looked a lot like devil horns.
Talk about a heavy metal eclipse.
A solar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are all aligned, leaving our planet to bask in the moon’s shadow as it totally or partially blocks sunlight and creates a visual spectacle for onlookers. When the sun is partially covered, the resulting crescent can look like bright, fiery horns as the other half passes behind the horizon. Now this is metal.
Andrew Fazekas, a science author and broadcaster known as “The Night Sky Guy”, explained how the sunrise from the “devil’s horns” of the eclipse can occur in National Geographic.
“Depending on where you live, you can see either a magnificent ring of fire known as an annular eclipse or a partial solar eclipse, with part of the sun covered by the moon,” he explained. ahead of the 2021 event. “For many observers in the northeastern United States, the sun will already be partially eclipsed when it appears above the horizon, creating a crescent sunrise.”
However, if “the local conditions are right,” Fazekas added, “some viewers in areas such as New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts may be lucky enough to see a rare devil’s horn sunrise. frightening occurs when both ends of the rising sun visible above the eastern horizon, appearing to float like a pair of flaming curved horns. “
The rare sun devil horns could have been seen by millions of people around the world. But given the weather conditions in some areas on Thursday, like The New York Times pointed out, maybe less than usual had a chance to see the eclipse as a whole.
Either way, Fazekas admitted the difficulty of catching the unusual demi-croissant, even under the best of conditions.
“Because the eclipse occurs at sunrise,” he said, “it’s important to look in advance for a good vantage point with an easy view of the eastern horizon. A totally unobstructed view. on the sunrise. “
The “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse is observed worldwide – June 10, 2021
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