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    The annual solar eclipse with the so-called 'ring of fire' is visible in the Southern Hemisphere on Sunday, February 26. This natural phenomenon occurs when the Moon moves far away enough from the Earth, passing in front of the Sun without blocking it entirely. The Sun remains visible, creating an effect that looks like a 'ring of fire.'

    Follow Sputnik's live feed to see the eclipse for yourself. No special glasses needed!

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    'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse in Southern Hemisphere

    If you're lucky enough to witness the eclipse from the ground, please remember that you'll need eye protection to look at it directly.



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