The Moscow Planetarium conducted an online broadcast of a ring-shaped solar eclipse on June 21. The broadcast was commented by the Russian astronomer, a senior researcher at the astronomical institute Vladimir Surdin.
In Russia, it was possible to observe the eclipse only in certain regions. The border, to the north of which this phenomenon could not be seen, passed through the Smolensk region, along the border of the Moscow and Tver regions, along the Yaroslavl, Kostroma, and Kirov regions, and the Republic of Komi, and then went to Siberia near the Arctic Circle, slightly extended to the south of Yakutsk and exited into the Sea of Okhotsk. The ring phase itself was visible in the Central African Republic, Congo, and Ethiopia, as well as south of Pakistan, North India, and China.