A solar eclipse, also known as the “Ring of Fire,” is expected to be visible in the sky next month and will not be seen again until 2039.
According to NASA, a solar eclipse occurs when the moon’s orbit is between the Earth and the sun. However, it does not entirely block the sun like a lunar eclipse. Meanwhile, the “ring of fire” effect in the sky occurs since the moon is further away from the Earth than usual and appears smaller than the sun.
Xavier Jubier, a French eclipse expert, created an interactive map displaying the eclipse's entire path as it moves around the Earth. Additionally, Space.com has posted a list of well-known locations and cities where people can observe the "ring of fire" solar eclipse, as well as the time and duration of the event.