Partial Solar Eclipse 2019 on 26th December in Several Pakistan Cities

Last Updated on December 6, 2020 by Ilmilog Guru

Partial solar eclipse 2019 on 26th December in Several Pakistan Cities

Partial solar eclipse 2019
 
There was a solar eclipse in Chakwal on December 26, 2019, from approximately 07:34 in the morning while there was a full eclipse at 08:14 and the eclipse was complete by 10:10 am.
The information below about how and when a partial solar eclipse 2019 took place in different cities of Pakistan on 26th December 2019.
Karachi:
(The solar eclipse in Karachi was 77%.)
Start at (7 am 34 minutes)
Maximum (8 am – 46 minutes)
and ended at ten o’clock ten minutes
 Islamabad:
The solar eclipse was 49% around Islamabad city.
Beginning at 7:50 am
Maximum 8:58 am
End at 10 am to 15 mins
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Lahore:
The eclipse was 52% of the sun
Start at 7:47 in the morning
Maximum 8:58 remains till 10:19.
Quetta:
The eclipse was 64% around Quetta city.
Started 7:39 minutes
The peak was at 8:48 minutes
till 10:08 minutes
Peshawar:
The eclipse was 50% around the above-mentioned city.
7:48.was a start time and the maximum peak was 8:56 till 10:13 am.
Hyderabad:
The solar eclipse was 74% around this city.
Start at 7:35 minutes and Maximum at 8:47 minutes
till 10:12 minutes
Multan:
The eclipse was 59% a part of the sun
Start at 7:42
Height at 8:53 minutes
End at 10 am to 15 mins
Gwadar
The eclipse was almost 82% of the sun
Start at 7-am 34 minutes
Height at 8am & 42 minutes
End at 10 am to 3 minutes
DI Khan:
The eclipse was 56% of the sun
Start at 7-am 44 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 54 minutes
End at 10 am to 13 minutes

Muzaffarabad

The eclipse was 47% of the sun
Start at 7-am 51 minutes
Height at 8-am to 59 minutes
End at 10 am to 15 mins

Sukkur:

The eclipse was 68% of the sun
Start at 7-am 37 minutes
Height at 8-am to 49 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes

Bunny:

The eclipse was 54% of the sun
Start at 7-am 46 minutes
The peak was at 8-am 54 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes

Bahawalpur:

The eclipse was 61% of the sun
Start at 7-am 42 minutes
Height at 8-am to 53 minutes
End at 10 am to 16 minutes

Sibi:

The eclipse was 70% of the sun
Beginning at 7-am and 36 minutes
Height at 8-am 46 minutes
End at 10-am to 7-am

Larkana:

The eclipse was 69% of the sun
Start at 7-am 37 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10-am to 11-am

Malakand:

The eclipse was 49% of the sun
Start at 7-am 50 minutes
Height at 8-am to 57 minutes
End at 10 am to 13 minutes

Faisalabad:

The eclipse was 54% of the sun
Start at 7-am 46 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 56 minutes
End at 10 am to 17 minutes

Mirpur Azad Kashmir:

The eclipse was 47% of the sun
Start at 7-am 52 minutes
Height at 8-am to 59 minutes
End at 10 am to 16 minutes

Mirpur Khas:

The eclipse was 73% of the sun
Start at 7-am 35 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10-am to 14m

DG Khan:

The eclipse was 60% of the sun
Start at 7-am 42 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 52 minutes
The end was at 10 am 14 minutes

Nawabshah:

The eclipse was 72% of the sun
Start at 7-am 36 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes
It was the timing of the partial solar eclipse 2019 and confirmed by different sources. I think it is correct and it may vary area-wise in the Pakistan cities.
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