When will a scene like ‘ring made of fire’ appear in the sky in Pakistan?
Karachi: The second solar eclipse of this year will take place on June 21. During the eclipse, there will be a ring-like scene of fire in the sky, which can be seen in other countries including Pakistan.
According to the details, the second eclipse of the year will be seen in Pakistan on June 21. The Meteorological Department says that the partial eclipse will start at 9:26 am according to Pakistani time while the eclipse will reach its climax at 10:59 am. And will end at 12:46 p.m., lasting 3 hours and 2 minutes.
Javed Iqbal, director of the Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics, says that this will be a rare eclipse. During the eclipse, there will be a ring of fire in the sky. Seeing it directly, it is possible to lose sight.
The astronomer said that halo of light around the sun ie color of fire can be seen in different areas of Pakistan from Gwadar to Sukkur.
According to experts, the solar eclipse was previously observed in December 2019 at 79 to 80 percent, while this time up to 91 percent of the solar eclipse can be seen in Pakistan, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South America and other parts of Europe. Can be done in countries.
Experts say trying to take a selfie during an eclipse can be harmful. Instead of ordinary sunglasses, use specially designed solar filter glasses that block deadly rays. Also specially designed for camera lenses. Filters to be used.