KARACHI: The first solar eclipse this year will be seen on 10 June, but it will be not visible in Pakistan, media reported on Tuesday.
According to the details, Astronomer and Director Institute of Space Science and Technology Karachi University Prof Dr. Javed Iqbal has said that the eclipse will start at 1:12 PM on Pakistani time, and it will reach its peak at 3:34 PM, while the eclipse will end at evening time of 4:34 PM.
The total duration of the eclipse will be three hours and 22 minutes in Pakistan.
The eclipse will be visible in Russia, Greenland, northern Canada, North Asia, Europe, and the United States. Astronomer Dr. Javed Iqbal says that the color of fire will be seen during the eclipse.