Lunar Eclipse in Pakistan Won't Be Seen On May 16

Lunar Eclipse in Pakistan Won’t Be Seen On May 16

Lunar Eclipse in Pakistan Won’t Be Seen On May 16

According to her, there will be a total lunar eclipse on May 16, visible from North and South America, Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia. However, the star display will not be visible from Pakistan, the PMD said in a statement.

“This first lunar eclipse of 2022 will not be visible in Pakistan,” he said.

The PMD said there were a total of seven phases of the eclipse.

Pakistan Standard Time begins this astronomical spectacle with a penumbral eclipse at 06:32 PST. At 07:28 PST the partial eclipse begins. There is a total solar eclipse at 08:29 PST with the largest eclipse at 09:13 PST.

The eclipse begins to fade at 9:54 am. m. PST with the end of the total solar eclipse. The eclipse moves further away when the partial eclipse ends at around 10:55 a.m. m. PST. The penumbral eclipse finally ends at 11:51 p.m. m. PST.

The May 16 solar eclipse will last just over five hours, taking all of these phases into account.

 

Also Read: Solar eclipse in Pakistan 2022 Date & Time (B/w 30th April & 1st May)

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