The first solar eclipse of the decade pictured in parts of China, including the Tibet Autonomous Region and the provinces of Zhejiang and Fujian, creating a rare "ring of fire."
The annular eclipse begins on June 21 and crosses a skinny path that starts at sunrise in Africa and eventually moves across to China before ending at sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
Stargazers along the skinny path are lucky to witness the extraordinary "ring of fire."
In some other areas, people can only watch a partial eclipse.
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