Dunlap Institute/Discover the Universe: Annular Solar Eclipse 2021

Dunlap Institute eclipse viewer

Early in the morning of June 10, 2021, viewers in Canada’s north will be treated to a spectacular sight–an annual solar eclipse. This once-in-a-lifetime event will provide viewers in Northern Ontario, Northern Quebec and Nunavut with a chance to see the Sun become a “ring of fire” as the Moon passes in front of it. For those outside the “path of annularity,” the eclipse will still be visible as a partial solar eclipse across most of Canada, although you’ll have to set your alarm if you want to see it – it’ll be in progress as the Sun rises.

For more information and to order free eclipse viewers, check out these sites: 
https://universe.utoronto.ca/eclipse2021/
https://www.discovertheuniverse.ca/eclipse2021