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