In June this year, both the moon and the sun will be eclipsed, and during the eclipse, the moon’s light will dim, while the halo of light around the sun will be visible.
According to Dr. Javed Iqbal, Director, Space Science and Technology, the lunar eclipse in Pakistan will take place between the nights of June 5 and 6, starting at 10:46 pm and reaching its peak at 12:25 pm, during which the moonlight will dim. The eclipse will end at 2:04 p.m.
The solar eclipse in Pakistan will take place on June 21 and June 21 is also the longest day of the year.
The partial eclipse of the sun will take place at 8:46 in the morning and the total eclipse will take place at 9:48 in the morning, it will reach its peak at 11:40 in the morning while the total eclipse will start at 1:32 in the morning. It will end at 2:34 p.m.
The halo of light around the sun will be seen in different areas from Gwadar to Sukkur while 90% color fire is likely to be seen in Karachi.
Astronomers say that when the earth comes between the sun and the moon, the moon is eclipsed.
According to astronomers, the lunar eclipse will be visible in Pakistan, Europe, most parts of Asia, Australia, Africa, South America and other countries.