The second and last solar eclipse of 2023 will take place by the end of the first fortnight of the month of October.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) the eclipse will start at 8:04 pm on Oct 14 and end at 1:55am on Oct 15.

Unfortunately, it will not be visible anywhere in Pakistan.


However, the eclipse will be visible in southwestern Mexico, countries in Central America, while also being visible in central Columbia and northern Brazil.

Ring of Fire

Solar eclipse happens when the moon is at or near its farthest point from Earth. This is how it appears smaller and does not block out the entire Sun when it passes in front of Earth, leaving behind a bright ring of Sun visible at the eclipse’s peak, creating the ring of fire effect.