Social media users on Twitter shared stunning images of the annular solar eclipse that occurred Thursday morning.
From England to parts of the East Coast such as New York and New Hampshire, images from sky watchers all over bring a “fiery” aura around the sun as it is eclipsed with the moon during sunrise.
For us Texans, we won’t be seeing a solar eclipse in our neck of the woods until 2024, though cities such as Dallas will be on the path for a total solar eclipse, USA Today reported.
See the pictures below that people on social media shared of the natural wonder:
While we aren't getting the full #RingofFire , @JohnsHopkins early risers did get to see a good portion of the #SolarEclipse over the Homewood Campus as it broke through the clouds beyond Shriver Hall. #solareclipse2021 pic.twitter.com/M4aMtq3P8b— Johns Hopkins Photography (@JHHomewoodPhoto) June 10, 2021