A dazzling sky display will greet residents of Asia and the western United States Monday as the moon slides in front of the sun, producing a "ring of fire" eclipse.
Unlike a total eclipse, where the moon obscures the entire solar disc, the "ring of fire" eclipse leaves a blazing halo of light.
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