All about the second and last Solar Eclipse 2023 in Pakistan date, timings, visibility, how and where to watch?
The last Solar Eclipse of 2023 (Suraj Grahan) is to occur on the 14th of October. This is Pakistan’s second and last solar eclipse in 2023, which will appear on Saturday, October 14. Suraj grahan in Pakistan 2023 will be Annular in nature and is all set to start at 8:04 pm PST and end at 01:55 pm PST. Over six hours and 51 minutes long. It will be the last Suraj Grahan/annular eclipse that will not be visible from Pakistan.
This is also the last solar eclipse of the year 2023, and for the next, we have to wait till 28th April 2024. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between Earth and the sun and blocks light from the Sun to the Earth.
This will be the annular suraj grahan in Pakistan 2023, and the remarkable celestial event will happen when the moon slips in front of the sun, blocking out the fiery disk and creating temporary darkness along its path.
Suraj grahan in Pakistan 2023 date and time:
The Suraj Grahan in Pakistan 2023 date and time will be on Saturday, 14th Of October, starting at 8:04 PM (PST) and lasting at 01:55 PM (PST).
Visibility of the Suraj Grahan 2023 in Pakistan:
The Suraj Grahan 2023 in Pakistan will be on October 14 but will not be visible across the country. Its total duration will be for 6 hours and 51 minutes.
Visibility of the Last Solar Eclipse 2023 in the World:
The last solar eclipse in 2023 will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. The total solar eclipse will begin over the South Pacific Ocean. Weather permitting, the first location in continental North America to experience totality is Mexico’s Pacific coast at around 11:07 a.m. PDT.
The last solar eclipse in 2023 will be visible from Europe, the USA, Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Americas—from Alaska to Argentina will see a partial eclipse.
The second solar eclipse in 2023 will not be visible in Pakistan, India, and other Asian countries.
Check out the time and countries here, where the solar eclipse 2023 be visible.
Duration of the total solar Eclipse 2023:
The solar eclipse 2023 will be on October 14-15 and nearly 6 hours and 51 minutes long.
Watching Directly On Solar Eclipse is not safe for the eyes:
Watching the solar eclipse 2023 in Pakistan (Suraj Grahan) with the naked eye is unsafe. Doctors and medical experts said it could damage the cornea of the eyes if you gaze at the solar eclipse without precautionary tools.
What Special Equipment do you require?
To watch the solar eclipse 2023 in Pakistan, special equipment is required, such as special solar glasses, darkened welder’s glasses, a pinhole camera, and other tools.
If you are planning to view the solar eclipse (Suraj Grahan) and want to avoid damage to the cornea, wear special solar glasses or darkened welder glasses.
You can also make solar eclipse viewing glasses at home.
Live Streaming of Last Solar Eclipse 2023:
Despite the invisibility of the eclipse in Pakistan, viewers can observe the event through live streams of space agencies and certain observatories.
You can enjoy the LIVE web stream of NASA that will showcase this spectacle on NASA’s website, Youtube channel, and periscope @NASA.
Installing the apps, you can also watch the live coverage of the solar eclipse 2023 in Pakistan and other countries.
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