Today, solar eclipse will be 100% visible in Karachi

The first solar eclipse of the year will be visible today (Sunday), the eclipse will start at 9:26 am, the total eclipse will be at 10:59, the eclipse will end at 12:46.

The solar eclipse on Sunday (today) will be 100% visible in Karachi

The solar eclipse on Sunday will be 100% visible in Karachi while due to the eclipse, the day and night scene will be presented at 11:25 am tomorrow. According to the Meteorological Department, the solar eclipse in Pakistan will start at 9.45 am on Sunday and will end at 1.10 pm. A total solar eclipse at 11:25 a.m. will change the day into night.

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The first solar eclipse of the year (today) will be on Sunday, the eclipse will start at 9:26 am, the total eclipse will be at 10:59. According to the Meteorological Department, the day and night will change during the eclipse, the eclipse will end at 12:46.

According to the Meteorological Department, Punjab, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will have 90% solar eclipse while Karachi will have 100% solar eclipse. The eclipse will be visible from Australia to Europe. In addition, people in Central Asia and Asian countries will be able to see the eclipse. On the other hand, ophthalmologists have described the June 21 eclipse as dangerous for the human eye.

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This is an annual solar eclipse, also known as the Ring of Fire, which can be seen in 92% of the southern areas of the city. The eclipse should not be observed directly.

The Meteorological Department further said that the eclipse could be observed in most parts of Europe, Asia including Pakistan, Australia, Africa, South America and other countries.

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According to experts, during the solar eclipse, ultraviolet rays will be emitted which can destroy the vision of human eyes forever. According to ophthalmologists, the rays for 2 hours during the eclipse will be very dangerous, the sun’s rays can cause a black spot on the retina, the sight of those who see the sun directly can be lost forever, while women and children need special care during an eclipse.

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