This year, the world’s only”circular eclipse” appeared in Tianyu
On June 10, the world’s only annular solar eclipse debuted this year. The annular solar eclipse started at 4:12 pm that day and ended at 9:11 pm, lasting nearly 5 hours. A solar eclipse occurs when the sun, moon, and earth line up in a straight line and the moon is between them. On the other hand, if the moon is far away from the earth on that day, the apparent circle of the moon is small, and an annular eclipse will occur if it cannot completely cover the sun.