If you live on the East Coast, you might catch a glimpse of a solar eclipse around sunrise on Sunday, November 3. It is the second -- and final -- eclipse of 2013.
This eclipse is especially rare, as it is a hybrid: for just 15 seconds, it will be an annular eclipse, as a "ring of fire" forms about 620 miles east of Jacksonville, Fla.
After that, it will transition to a total eclipse, with the moon's shadow sweeping close enough to Earth to cover the sun. … Read more