Total Solar Eclipse Tomorrow
Without a question of doubt, a total eclipse of the sun is one of the most spectacular natural sights that one can witness.
You’d be able to see the eclipse partially in Karachi and Lahore. (Asia Local Circumstances)
Karachi: Eclipse will begin at 10:54, reaching its peak at 11:38, and ending at 12:20.
Lahore: Eclipse will begin at 10:55, reaching its peak at 11:48, and ending at 12:37.
For further details, visit the NASA site. You can find the detailed pictorial path of the eclipse in the following pics:
The path of totality for this eclipse begins over easternmost Brazil, where the coastal city of Natal and adjacent communities will be treated to the spectacle of a total solar eclipse shortly after the sun has come over the horizon. But this is a very humid climate and is prone to low clouds and coastal fog, which could very well eclipse the eclipse. Nonetheless, many South Americans will likely congregate here hoping against hope for a break in the overcast to afford them a glimpse of the sun’s corona. Quickly moving offshore and in a northeastward direction, the dark umbral shadow of the moon will then take 36 minutes to sweep over the open waters of the North Atlantic.
It finally makes landfall again in western Africa, moving inland over Ghana and plunging its capital city of Accra into a late-morning darkness for 3 minutes and 4 seconds. Continuing on a northeasterly trajectory, the totality path slices through Togo and Benin, and into northwestern Nigeria. The cities of Gusau and Katsina, are fortuitously positioned near the center line of the eclipse track will each experience just over 3 minutes 50 seconds of total eclipse. But typically early spring is the rainy season for all of these regions, so the odds are not very good for getting a good view of the sun.
The totality path will then cut across central Niger, northern Chad, central and eastern Libya (just barely missing the city of Tobruk). Greatest eclipse, where totality will last for 4 minutes 6.7 seconds, occurs along the border of Chad and Libya. Weather prospects in these areas improve dramatically as this is basically a desert regime. But while there’ll probably be a paucity of clouds, local haze and dust might be a problem.
Passing over the Mediterranean Sea, directly between Crete and Cypress, the eclipse track sweeps through central Turkey, where the towns of Kayseri and Sivas will experience more than two minutes of totality. Unfortunately, this is also near an active storm track, which usually brings a 40 to 70% chance of clouds. After passing over the Black Sea, totality will strike the northwest corner of Georgia, then moves across Kazakhstan before leaving the Earth at sunset along Mongolia’s northern border.