How to watch the Ring of Fire eclipse:
The eclipse will be best seen along a narrow stretch of Canada and northernmost Russia, with partial eclipsing visible from parts of the US.
According to the Maine Farmers’ Almanac, the viewing zone will fall north and east of a line running from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, to Evansville, Indiana, as well as near Savannah, Georgia, on the Atlantic coast.
Depending on your exact location, you might see the eclipse in its entirety or only partial eclipsing.
In the case of the latter, you will see the Moon bite into the Sun’s face and create a beautiful, fiery crescent.
Cities like Toronto in Canada and New York and Boston in the US will see between 86 to 80 percent of the Sun eclipsed, respectively.