On Sunday 21st June, the historic sun (solar eclipse) will set tomorrow. It will be like the west in most parts of Pakistan. In many parts of Pakistan, the sun will be hidden behind 90% of the moon.
On Sunday 21st June, the historic sun will set tomorrow. It will be like the west in most parts of Pakistan. In many parts of Pakistan, the sun will be hidden behind 90% of the moon.
The eclipse will be visible in the coastal areas of Balochistan, North Sindh and South Punjab where 85 to 95 percent of the sun will be hidden behind the moon and the eclipse will be like the night.
According to experts, after 70% of solar eclipses, the temperature drops drastically. Eclipses can only be seen through a filter lens.
Ophthalmologist Dr Qamar Islam Lodhi says never go out of the house during a solar eclipse and do not try to see the sun directly during the eclipse.
Dr. Qamar Islam Lodhi said that if the with naked eye any person does look at the sun during the eclipse, the retina may burn, and eyesight may also go which is incurable.
Dr. Qamar Islam said that the curtains of windows and doors should be kept down, the rays can reflect and cause damage.
Ophthalmologist Dr. Sameera Irfan said that even looking at the eclipse for a second will burn the retina, seeing the eclipse can be a risk of losing sight for the rest of your life.
Dr. Sameera Irfan said that children should be allowed to sleep till late in the morning, do not wake them up at all and do not allow children to play outside in the courtyard or on the verandah during solar eclipse.
Dr. Syed Amir Mahmood, Head, Department of Space Science, Punjab University, said that the atmosphere may be a little cold at the time of solar eclipse and the temperature may drop to some degree.
Astronomer Khalid Ijaz Mufti said that solar eclipse is only a part of astronomical rotation, other things including harm to pregnant women are just superstitions.
It should be noted that tomorrow the sun will have an eclipse, the sun will look like a circle or ring of light, this scene of the color of fire will also be seen in Pakistan.
The eclipse will begin in Pakistan at 9:26 a.m. and will continue until after 1 p.m., experts say.