An annular solar eclipse will occur on June 10, 2021.
The eclipse will be visible from parts of northeastern Canada, Greenland, the Arctic Ocean (passing over the North Pole), and the Russian Far East, whilst the eclipse will appear partial from a region thousands of kilometers wide, which includes northern and eastern North America, most of Europe, and northern Asia.
The annular eclipse will start at 09:55 for 3 minutes 37 seconds along the northern shore of Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada. The path of the ant umbral shadow will then head across Hudson Bay through northwestern Quebec and the Hudson Strait to Baffin Island in Nunavut, where the town of Iqaluit will see 3 minutes and 5 seconds of annularity. After this, it will travel across Baffin Bay and along the northwestern coast of Greenland, where greatest eclipse will occur at 10:41:56 UT1 in Naires Strait for 3 minutes 51 seconds. The shadow will then cross Ellesmere Island and the Arctic Ocean, passing over the North Pole (which is located away from the central line of the eclipse but sees 2 minutes and 36 seconds of annularity), before heading south towards northeastern Siberia where the annular eclipse ends at 11:29.