Solar eclipse in Pakistan 2022 Date & Time
Between April 30 and May 1, 2022, Pakistan Standard Time (PST) there will be a partial late-night solar eclipse.
This first solar eclipse of 2022 will not be visible in Pakistan, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department.
This partial eclipse will be visible in southern South America, parts of Antarctica, and over the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
The partial solar eclipse begins at 11:45 p.m. m. PST (April 30, 2022) the maximum solar eclipse will be at 1:42 am. 01/01/2022).
The last solar eclipse of 2021 on December 4th could not be seen in Pakistan either.
The eclipse was visible in southern Australia, South Africa, South America, the Atlantic region, the Indian Ocean, and Antarctica.
This celestial spectacle was seen in its entirety in the Antarctic region.
Annular solar eclipses occur when the moon, passing between the Earth and the sun, is not close enough to our planet to completely block out sunlight, leaving a thin ring of the sun’s disk visible.
A solar eclipse always occurs about two weeks before or after a lunar eclipse, when the moon enters the Earth’s shadow. Lunar eclipses are visible from about half of the Earth’s surface.