Wednesday , February 1 2023

Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 20th April 2023

According to the Karachi Meteorological Department, the first total solar eclipse of the new year will take place on April 20, 2023, which will not be visible in Pakistan. The solar eclipse will begin at 6:34 am local time of Pakistan. The total solar eclipse will occur at 9:17 am and will end at 10:57 am. The first solar eclipse of the new year will be visible in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, Afghanistan, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and other countries of the world.

Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 20th April 2023

According to the Meteorological Department, the solar eclipse in Pakistan will begin at 01:58 PM and end at 06:20 PM. You can watch the live solar eclipse 2022 in Pakistan on www.awampk.com.

Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 21st June 2020

Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 14th October 2023

The third total and second partial solar eclipse of the year 2023 will take place on October 14 and 15, starting at 8:04 PM Pakistan Standard Time. The total solar eclipse will occur at 10:59 PM and end on October 15. That is, the next day will be at 12:50 PM. The total duration of this solar eclipse will be 5 hours and 54 minutes. Due to the night time in other Asian countries including Pakistan, it will not be visible. This solar eclipse will be visible in America, Brazil, Canada and other countries. The partial solar eclipse is named Ring of Fire.

Solar eclipse 2023:

The solar eclipse will begin at 03:43 PM and end at 05:22 PM in Islamabad.

Solar eclipse in Pakistan 2023 today timing

The solar eclipse in Karachi will begin at 03:57 PM and end at 05:56 PM.

Types of Solar Eclipse

There are three types of solar eclipses. The first type is a total solar eclipse when the moon, sun, and earth come in line and a total solar eclipse occurs. Citizens have been instructed not to look directly at the sun during this time as it may affect their eyesight.

Viscera is partial in which one part is invisible whereas in the third type when the apparent diameter of the moon is smaller than the sun which blocks the sunlight and the sun becomes darker in the middle while the upper part remains bright like color. This is called an annular solar eclipse.

The halo of light around the sun will be seen in different areas from Gwadar to Sukkur while 90% of the color fire is likely to be seen in Karachi. last year solar eclipse took place on December 26, which was seen all over the world, its duration was six hours.

solar eclipse in Pakistan 2023 in Pakistan time

The solar eclipse will begin at 3:43 PM and end at 5:22 PM in Islamabad.