How to see the solar eclipse anywhere Science editor Alan Boyle's blog: Millions of people could witness Sunday's "Ring of Fire" solar eclipse — but what if you're one of the billions who can't? You can still watch the event online. Sunday's Solar Eclipse 'Ring of Fire': Where and How to See It On Sunday afternoon (May 20), the path of an annular solar eclipse will cross parts of eight western states. SPACE.com estimates that an estimated 6.6 million Americans live within the path of annularity. Solar eclipse to project "ring of fire" Thousands of people are planning viewing parties in the western United States for Sunday's annular solar eclipse, a rare event in which the sun will appear as a thin ring behind the moon. Solar eclipse 2012: The best place to view it in California? The deepest partial solar eclipse in a generation is headed to Southern California this weekend. What's the best way to view it? Where are the best places to go? Check out this Q&A below. "Ring of Fire" Solar Eclipse Coming Sunday A "time traveling" solar eclipse will soon turn the sun into a ring of fire for sky-watchers in parts of Asia and the U.S. West. World's Largest Solar Eclipse Party Takes Over Football Stadium Sunday A solar eclipse will blot out part of the sun this weekend, and astronomers in Colorado are organizing what they hope will be the world's largest viewing party in one place. Their venue: an entire football stadium. Weekend solar eclipse to project 'ring of fire' Thousands of people are planning viewing parties in the western United States for Sunday's annular solar eclipse, a rare event in which the sun will appear as a thin ring behind the moon. Satellite to Watch Solar Eclipse From Space on Sunday Japan's Hinode satellite will be the only solar observatoryto study this Sunday's solar eclipse. Solar Eclipse 2012: Where, When 'Ring Of Fire' Will Be Visible On Sunday afternoon (May 20), the path of an annular solar eclipse will cross parts of eight western states. SPACE.com estimates that an estimated 6.6 million Americans live within the path of annularity. Solar eclipse moves into view - Thu, 17 May 2012 PST A partial solar eclipse on Sunday evening is going to darken one side of the sun to the delight of sky watchers in the Inland Northwest, but clouds could spoil the show. The region will be on the northern side of the path of the annular eclipse running from Asia to Texas.
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