Islamabad: There will be two solar and two lunar eclipses in 2021, but this year’s lunar and solar eclipses will not be visible in Pakistan. According to Pakistan Standard Time, the eclipse will start at 01:12 pm today and will reach its climax at 03:42 pm while it will end at 06:17 pm. Thus, the total duration of the eclipse today will be 5 hours and 5 minutes.
The Meteorological Department says the first solar eclipse of the year will be on June 10, a partial eclipse that will be visible in Asia, Africa, Europe, Africa, and West America. The second and final eclipse of the year will be on December 4, which will be a total solar eclipse, visible in the United States, South America, the Pacific, and Antarctica. However, the eclipse will be visible only in the northern hemisphere near the North Pole (Arctic / North Pole) and includes parts of Canada, Greenland, Russia, and the extreme north of China.
Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 10th June 2021
Solar Eclipse will take place in Pakistan on Monday 14th December 2020. In 24 minutes the moon will pass in front of the sun and completely hide it for about 2 minutes and 10 seconds, during which time it will be dark in these countries even during the day. Apart from these two countries, the eclipse will be partially visible in other Latin American countries and South Africa as well as the Pacific, Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica. You can watch live solar ec;ipse 2021 in Pakistan on www.awampk.com.
Solar Eclipse in Pakistan on 10 June 2021
The Last solar eclipse of the year will be on Dec 14, 2020. The three-hour eclipse will be visible around the world, including in Saudi Arabia and Arab countries. The Last solar eclipse of the year 2020 will take place on Sunday, Dec 14 in the world, including Saudi Arabia and the Arab world. The eclipse will also be seen in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, and Oman.
Solar eclipse 201:
An annular solar eclipse will occur on Dec 14, 2020. The partial eclipse of the sun will take place at 08:46 in the morning and the total eclipse will take place at 09:48 in the morning, it will reach its peak at 11:40 in the morning while the total eclipse will start at 01:32 in the morning. It will end at 02:34 p.m.
The eclipse will be visible in most parts of Saudi Arabia on June 21. The eclipse will start at 8:13 a.m. Saudi time and will last for three hours. Partial solar eclipses will be visible in other Arab countries, including Egypt. The eclipse will not be visible in the northern and eastern countries of the Asian continent, while it will not be visible in the southern and western parts of the African continent. The eclipse will be visible in Congo, Central Africa, Ethiopia, Pakistan, India, and China.
The duration will be five hours and forty minutes. In Arab countries, the partial eclipse will be partially visible for two hours. Will arrive, the second solar eclipse of the year will be on December 14, 2020.
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.
Looking at the sun for a long time during an eclipse and not using a solar filter can be harmful to the eyes. According to experts, trying to take a selfie during a solar eclipse can be harmful. Use glasses that block deadly rays, and specially designed filters for camera lenses.