Solar eclipse seen across Pakistan

Karachi (HRNW)  The solar eclipse was visible in cities across Pakistan on Sunday, with Sukkur, Gwadar and Larkana seeing a ‘ring of fire’ around the sun.
The eclipse was fully visible in these three cities and partially visible in other cities across the country. The last time this happened was on December 26 when the moon covered the sun in a rare ring of fire solar eclipse.
Met office officials said they expected some weather changes due to the eclipse but have not recorded any significant changes.
The duration of the eclipse was roughly six hours. It was visible in Asia, Africa and Australia.
In Peshawar, the eclipse began at 9:48am and reached its peak at 11:21am. It lasted till 1:02pm.
The eclipse also began at 9:48am in Lahore and lasted till 1:10pm. It reached its peak at 11:26am.
Both cities reported people mostly staying at home to avoid the harmful effects of looking directly at the eclipse.

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