2020 Solar Eclipse Live: Follow rare “ring finger” event as it passes over 12 countries

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As the Sun rises on the longest day of the year, billions of people around the world will witness a spectacular “annular” solar eclipse, under which a perfect “ring of fire” will shape around the Moon passes in front of the Sun.These two events do not coincide again until 2039, when the path of totality also presents a rare opportunity for people across 12 countries and two continents to watch it. (Dozens of other countries will see a partial eclipse.)

We are going to have all the latest weather reports for the locations of the eclipse going on above, as well as updates on its progress around the world.

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