It was an early wake up call Thursday as stargazers around the globe set their sights on the sun for the first solar eclipse since 2017.
The "ring of fire" solar eclipse, which was a partial eclipse, happened early Thursday morning as the sun was rising over New York and the United States' East Coast.
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