In this early morning, I observed annular solar eclipse. Three years ago, I went to watch total solar eclipse in Yakushima, but the whether was bad, and I couldn't do that. However, it became very dark as evening. I knew it, so I expected that it would be dark this time like in Yakushima, but it just became slightly dark by the naked eye. It looked like I was in a old photo, and I thought my eyes were something wrong. Using muffled glass, I found the moon was there. News said that the temperature dropped 1℃ during the eclipse.
In Japanese, annular solar eclipse is called that 金冠(kinkan, golden clown)日食(eclipse), so my friend thought that 金星（Kinsei, Venus) interrupted the sunlight. I answered him if we can see the Venus is large as this, we should prepare ourselves for our extinction.
Fortunately, we can observe like eclipse by Venus as large as a tiny mole in this June in Japan.