Stargazers are in for a real treat tomorrow as a partial solar eclipse is expected to light up the sky in the UK on Thursday 10th June.
The partial solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and Earth.
It will begin in the UK at 10.08am and last until 12.22pm (the maximum eclipse will be at 11.13am). Dubbed the "ring of fire", the solar eclipse causes the sun to appear as a very bright ring.
From the UK, the annular solar eclipse will be a partial eclipse, meaning that we'll only see the moon pass in front of a small part of the sun.
The eclipse will only be visible with certain techniques and optical aids.
NEVER look at the sun directly as this could cause lasting damage. Experts also say you shouldn't look at the sun through telescopes or a telephoto lens on an SLR camera.
If you want to watch the eclipse safely,the Royal Observatory Greenwich will be live-streaming the eclipse on their website and YouTube channel.