If you got up nice and early this morning, you may have seen the first eclipsed — or horned — in 63 years.
The celestial event started as a horned sunrise over Canada and will end with a ring of fire eclipse over Siberia.
Olathe MacIntyre, a scientist at Science North, was pretty excited about this nearly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for astronomical magic.
She said the eclipsed sunrise makes it appear as if the top of the sun has a bite taken out of it.
Interest is pretty high for this unique event. MacIntyre said the New York Times reached out to her for an interview.
As a note, keep in mind that you should never look directly at an eclipse. If you have welders goggles or special eclipse glasses (or similar lenses for a camera), you can use those.
— With files from Mark Gentile