Watch: Solar eclipse visible in US for 1st time since 2017 NASA is live streaming the event. How to see ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse, 1st in US since 2017 The June 10 eclipse will be visible in northeastern North America and some northern regions of E...Read More Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images A "ring of fire" solar eclipse was visible Thursday in the U.S. for the first time since 2017. PHOTO: A annular (partial solar) eclipse is seen as the sun rises over Scituate Light in Scituate, Massachusetts, on June 10, 2021. A annular (partial solar) eclipse is seen as the sun rises over Scituate Light in Scituate, Massachus...Read More The event -- which occurs when the moon passes directly between the Earth and the sun, blocking the sun's light -- illuminated the sky shortly after 5 a.m. EDT. PHOTO: TOPSHOT - A bird flies next to the sun in Jakarta, on June 10, 2021, before a solar eclipse occures. TOPSHOT - A bird flies next to the sun in Jakarta, on June 10, 2021, before a solar eclipse occure Read More MORE: How to see 'Ring of Fire' solar eclipse, 1st visible in US since 2017 NASA started livestreaming the spectacle on its website in the early morning. PHOTO: The sun shine through palm trees in Jakarta, on June 10, 2021, before a solar eclipse occures. The sun shine through palm trees in Jakarta, on June 10, 2021, before a solar eclipse occures. (Ph...Read More LIVE NOW - Watch the annular solar eclipse Canadian Space Agency (@csa_asc) June 10, 2021 PHOTO: Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London, is silhouetted by a partially eclipsed sun, Thursday June 10, 2021. Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London, is silhouetted by a partially eclipsed sun, Thursday...Read More The eclipse could be seen in northeastern North America and northern regions of Europe and Asia. PHOTO: A annular (partial solar) eclipse is seen as the sun rises over Scituate Lighthouse in Scituate, Massachusetts, on June 10, 2021. A annular (partial solar) eclipse is seen as the sun rises over Scituate Lighthouse in Scituate, Mass...Read More NASA said it would begin around 4 a.m. and end at 9:11 a.m. ET in the northeastern U.S., but time of maximum eclipse varies by location, according to the Farmer's Almanac. MORE: Total solar eclipse wows crowds across the US PHOTO: The partially eclipsed sun behind clouds, seen from Trafalgar Square in London, Thursday, June 10, 2021. The partially eclipsed sun behind clouds, seen from Trafalgar Square in London, Thursday, June 1...Read More Though the moon blocked some of the sun's light Thursday morning, NASA emphasized on Twitter that it's "never safe to look directly at the Sun," and advised people to wear eclipse glasses or use an indirect viewing method to watch the eclipse.