Eclipse: Ring of Fire will be seen today in different countries of the world including Pakistan

June 21, 2020 by  

The eclipse is currently going on in different countries of the world including Pakistan but its rise has passed in Pakistan and it will end after half past one in the afternoon according to the local time.

The eclipse will be partially visible in most parts of Pakistan.

According to the details released by the Meteorological Department of Islamabad, the partial eclipse in Pakistan will start at 08:46 am local time and will end at 14:34 am. At 11:40 it will be at its peak.

This eclipse is called the Ring of Fire because during it the moon will come in the middle of the sun in which the moon covers the sun. In this case, the outer part of the sun looks like a ring.

In addition to the southern parts of Pakistan, it will be seen in northern India, Congo, the Central African Republic, Ethiopia and China.

According to a written statement issued by the Meteorological Department, it will be seen in Islamabad, Karachi, Quetta, Lahore, Peshawar, Gilgit and Muzaffarabad, Sukkur and Gwadar, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

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In Sukkur, it will be fully visible in a circular shape, while the rest of the cities will have a partial eclipse.

The partial eclipse in Islamabad will start at 9:50 am and end at 1:06 am.

The eclipse in Karachi will start tomorrow at 9:26 am while the eclipse will end at 12:46 pm.

The solar eclipse in Lahore will start at 9:19 am, while the maximum eclipse will take place at 11:26 am and will end at 1:10 pm.

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