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The last Solar eclipse of 2020 to Occur on Monday

Fortunately, because of the lone total solar eclipse of the year, this is anticipated to be only temporary

Karachi: On Saturday, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) informed that the last 2020 solar eclipse will occur on Monday.

However, this solar eclipse in the country and the South Asian region will be invisible to the naked eye.

The eclipse will begin at 6:34 pm and end at 11:53 pm, according to the PMD. 

This eclipse will only be visible in totality from the southern end of South America and regions of the Atlantic and Pacific. However, it will be possible to catch the sight of this amazing event from anywhere through Livestream. 

The last phenomenal solar eclipse of 2020 will last for a few minutes.

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