Solar eclipse 2021: pictures of the partial eclipse over the UK

The incredible eclipse was seen around the world, from Canada to the UK

Thursday, 10th June 2021, 4:55 pm
Did you manage to catch a glimpse of the first solar eclipse of 2021?

Today marked the first solar eclipse of 2021, with an incredible annular “ring of fire” natural phenomenon.

These are some pictures of the eclipse as seen across the UK.

A partial solar eclipse is seen through cloud cover from Primrose Hill in central London on June 10, 2021

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In other parts of the Northern Hemisphere, the annular eclipse would have been visible as a thin outer ring of the sun's disk that is not completely covered by the smaller dark disk of the moon, a so-called "ring of fire"
Viewers in the UK were able to witness the partial solar eclipse this morning with around a fifth of the Sun's light blocked (Photo by Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
According to NASA, the next solar eclipse won't occur until 4 December 2021
A pictures of the partial solar eclipse as seen from Milton Keynes
First contact of the eclipse occurred at 10:08am, peaked at 11:13am and ended at 12:22pm