Stargazers in the West will get a chance to see a "ring of fire" eclipse this weekend. Technically it's an "annular" eclipse. The "ring of fire" name comes from the fact that the moon blocks all but the sun's fiery outer edge. The best viewing on Saturday will be from the Central Oregon coast through Nevada, Utah, the four corners area, New Mexico and Texas. Elsewhere, people will see a partial eclipse, where the sun looks like a big cookie with a bite taken out of it. On the west coast, the action will start shortly after 8 a.m. with maximum coverage between 9:15 and 9:25. Remember: do not look directly at the eclipse, use special eclipse glasses.