For the second time this year, Pakistanis would be witnessing the solar eclipse, but the date ‘Friday the 13th’ makes it all the more memorable.

Pakistan, India, Bangladesh Canada and Europe along with other nations will get to observe the spectacle.

Astronomers report that the Eclipse will be visible from 1:48 PM. The total eclipse is said to commence at around 3:01 PM and will end around 4:13 PM.

Solar Eclipse occurs when the Moon moves between the Earth and the Sun, darkening the sky.

The event is very important for researchers and astrologers as they will get to study the outer realm of the Sun called the Corona. This will enable them to develop a better understanding of the mechanics of the Sun.

However, experts have cautioned people to be careful while witnessing the Eclipse, as looking directly towards the sky could cause permanent damage to the eyes.

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Contributed by: Uzair Alavi