On October 14, there will be an annular solar eclipse spanning North, Central, and South America.
This will provide scientists with a unique chance as well as a unique sight for anyone in its path.
Millions of people will be able to watch "the awe and the wonder of seeing a beautiful ring of fire eclipse" thanks to the stunning celestial event.
The term "ring of fire" refers to the occurrence of annular solar eclipses, which resemble total solar eclipses .
The moon is at the farthest point of its orbit from Earth. Rather, the so-called "ring of fire" is formed when the moon's shadow.
Starting at 9:13 a.m. PT (12:13 p.m. ET), the annular solar eclipse will cross the United States, appearing in Oregon, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas before moving on to the Texas Gulf Coast.
There will be partial views of the lunar shadow in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, and California.
In the United States, the eclipse will conclude at 12:03 p.m. CT (1:03 p.m. ET).