A solar eclipse depends on the alignment of the Sun, Moon, and Earth. During a solar eclipse, the Sun appears in the sky as a large dark circle surrounded by a bright ring.
What do we see during a solar eclipse?

the Moon’s silhouette against the Sun


During a solar eclipse, the Moon is positioned directly between Earth and the Sun. The ring we see is the Moon’s outline or silhouette.

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