A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in between the Earth and sun, blocking the sun from some areas on Earth, either completely or partially. A partial eclipse occurs when only parts of the sun is blocked, and a total eclipse occurs when the sun is completely obstructed.
According to NASA, a partial solar eclipse is set to take place today and will be visible in parts of North, Central, and South America. The report also mentions that the eclipse named Ring of Fire (due to its ring-like shape), would also be visible in some parts of Mexico. Everyone can livestream the eclipse on NASA’s website, here.