First Solar Eclipse Of 2020 Will Happen On June 21
The solar eclipse will be visible in Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean, Europe and Australia.
The solar eclipse would be an annual solar eclipse where Moon would cover the Sun from the centre leaving the outer rim visible.
Canadian astrologist Syed Abbas Gillani said that this solar eclipse was not carrying any bad impact on the world rather it would be a signal for good.
Majority of the people in parts of the worlds are suffering social and economic challenges due to the global pandemic.
“This solar eclipse is a good sign and does not carry anything bad for the humanity,” said Syed Abbas Gillani. “People should not believe in the wrong things attacked to solar eclipse; its just natural,” he added.
The solar eclipse will will be visible in Pakistan as well as much of Asia, Africa, the Pacific, the Indian Ocean, and parts of Europe and Australia. The June 21 solar eclipse will start at 8;45 am as per the local standard time. The full eclipse will start at 09: 47 pm and the maximum eclipse will occur at 11:40 in the night. The full eclipse will end at 2:02 pm and the solar eclipse will end at 3:04 pm on June 22, 2020.