The second and final solar eclipse of the year is set to occur on Saturday. According to the Met office, the eclipse is scheduled to commence at 8:04 pm (Pakistan Standard Time), reach its peak at 10:59 pm, and conclude on October 15.

Unfortunately, this celestial event will not be visible in Pakistan, leaving sky gazers in the region to anticipate other astronomical occurrences.

Looking ahead, the second lunar eclipse of the year is also on the horizon, with its arrival scheduled for October 28. This lunar eclipse is expected to commence at 11:02 pm and will gracefully conclude on October 29 at 3:26 am.

Skywatchers and astronomy enthusiasts can mark their calendars for this upcoming lunar spectacle, providing a chance to witness the moon’s transformation in the night sky.

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