All about the second and last Suraj Grahan 2020 in Pakistan date, timings, visibility, how and where to watch?
Last Solar Eclipse 2020 (Suraj Grahan) to occur on 14th of December. this is the second and the last solar eclipse in Pakistan 2020 which will occur on Monday, December 14. Solar eclipse 2020 will be the total in nature and is all set to start at 06:34 pm PST and end at 11:53 pm PST. Over 6 hours long, it will the longest eclipse.
This is also the last solar eclipse of the year 2020 and for the next, we have to wait till 10th June 2021. 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 total solar eclipse in Pakistan 2020 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 of totality.
Suraj Grahan 2020 in Pakistan date and time:
The Suraj Grahan 2020 in Pakistan will be on Monday, 14th December and will start at 06:34 PM (PST) and will last at 11:34 PM (PST).
Visibility of the Suraj Grahan 2020 in Pakistan:
The suraj grahan 2020 in Pakistan on December 14 will not be visible.
Visibility of Last Solar Eclipse 2020 in the world:
The last solar eclipse 2020 will be visible from Chile and some parts of Argentina in the afternoon. Some regions in southern South America, south-west Africa, and Antarctica will see a partial suraj grahan.
This is the second and last solar eclipse of 2020 whereas the skywatchers enjoyed the first solar eclipse “ring of fire” on 21st June 2020 which was completely visible across the world.
Duration of the total solar eclipse 2020:
The total solar eclipse in Pakistan 2020 will be on December 14 and the duration will be of nearly 6 hours.
Watching Directly On Solar Eclipse is not safe for eyes:
To watch the solar eclipse (Suraj Grahan) with naked eyes is not safe. Doctors and medical experts said that it could damage the cornea of the eyes if you gaze at the solar eclipse without precautionary tools.
What Special Equipment do you require?
In order to watch the solar eclipse special equipment is required such as special solar glasses, darkened welder’s glasses, pinhole camera, and other tools.
If you are planning to view the solar eclipse (Suraj Grahan) and want to avoid damage to cornea wear special solar glasses or use darkened welder’s glasses.
you can also make solar eclipse viewing glasses at home.
Live Streaming of Last Solar Eclipse 2020:
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.
You can also watch the live coverage of the solar eclipse 2020 in Pakistan and other countries by installing the apps:
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