There will be solar eclipses as well as lunar eclipses, 2 times each in 2021.

New Year's moon and solar eclipses will not be visible in Pakistan.

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Karachi: New Year’s moon and solar eclipses will not be visible in Pakistan.

As per the Meteorological Department, there will be Lunar and Solar eclipses in 2021, however, this year’s lunar and solar eclipses will not be visible in Pakistan.

The Meteorological Department says the first solar eclipse of the year will be on June 10, a partial eclipse that will be visible in Asia, Africa, Europe, Africa and West America. The second and final eclipse of the year will be on December 4, which will be a total solar eclipse, visible in the United States, South America, the Pacific, and Antarctica.
As reported by the Meteorological Department, the first of the lunar eclipses of the year will be on May 26, which will be visible in Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the North Pacific. The second lunar eclipse will take place on November 19, and will be visible in various parts of South and East America, Australia and Europe.

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The Meteorological Department says the first solar eclipse of the year will be on June 10, a partial eclipse that will be visible in Asia, Africa, Europe, Africa and West America. The second and final eclipse of the year will be on December 4, which will be a total solar eclipse, visible in the United States, South America, the Pacific, and Antarctica.

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