The new moon and sun meet for a solar eclipse on Saturday, and where you are will play into how much one gets to see. North American sky gazers could see an annular eclipse, also known as a “Ring of Fire,” while others will view a partial eclipse. Events are being held across the District, Virginia, and Maryland. The American Astronomical Society reminds those who wish to view the sun directly must use specific filters, which are readily available, or use the Pinhole Projection method. Find out more at NASA’s website, science dot nasa dot gov.