Partial Solar Eclipse 2019 on 26th December in Several Pakistan Cities

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Partial solar eclipse 2019 on 26th December in Several Pakistan Cities

Partial solar eclipse 2019
 
There was a solar eclipse in Chakwal on December 26, 2019, from approximately 07:34 in the morning while there was a full eclipse at 08:14 and the eclipse was complete by 10:10 am.
The information below about how and when a partial solar eclipse 2019 took place in different cities of Pakistan on 26th December 2019.
Karachi:
(The solar eclipse in Karachi was 77%.)
Start at (7 am 34 minutes)
Maximum (8 am – 46 minutes)
and ended at ten o’clock ten minutes
 Islamabad:
The solar eclipse was 49% around Islamabad city.
Beginning at 7:50 am
Maximum 8:58 am
End at 10 am to 15 mins
Lahore:
The eclipse was 52% of the sun
Start at 7:47 in the morning
Maximum 8:58 remains till 10:19.
Quetta:
The eclipse was 64% around Quetta city.
Started 7:39 minutes
The peak was at 8:48 minutes
till 10:08 minutes
Peshawar:
The eclipse was 50% around the above-mentioned city.
7:48.was a start time and the maximum peak was 8:56 till 10:13 am.
Hyderabad:
The solar eclipse was 74% around this city.
Start at 7:35 minutes and Maximum at 8:47 minutes
till 10:12 minutes
Multan:
The eclipse was 59% a part of the sun
Start at 7:42
Height at 8:53 minutes
End at 10 am to 15 mins
Gwadar
The eclipse was almost 82% of the sun
Start at 7-am 34 minutes
Height at 8am & 42 minutes
End at 10 am to 3 minutes
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DI Khan:
The eclipse was 56% of the sun
Start at 7-am 44 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 54 minutes
End at 10 am to 13 minutes

Muzaffarabad

The eclipse was 47% of the sun
Start at 7-am 51 minutes
Height at 8-am to 59 minutes
End at 10 am to 15 mins

Sukkur:

The eclipse was 68% of the sun
Start at 7-am 37 minutes
Height at 8-am to 49 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes

Bunny:

The eclipse was 54% of the sun
Start at 7-am 46 minutes
The peak was at 8-am 54 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes

Bahawalpur:

The eclipse was 61% of the sun
Start at 7-am 42 minutes
Height at 8-am to 53 minutes
End at 10 am to 16 minutes

Sibi:

The eclipse was 70% of the sun
Beginning at 7-am and 36 minutes
Height at 8-am 46 minutes
End at 10-am to 7-am

Larkana:

The eclipse was 69% of the sun
Start at 7-am 37 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10-am to 11-am

Malakand:

The eclipse was 49% of the sun
Start at 7-am 50 minutes
Height at 8-am to 57 minutes
End at 10 am to 13 minutes

Faisalabad:

The eclipse was 54% of the sun
Start at 7-am 46 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 56 minutes
End at 10 am to 17 minutes

Mirpur Azad Kashmir:

The eclipse was 47% of the sun
Start at 7-am 52 minutes
Height at 8-am to 59 minutes
End at 10 am to 16 minutes

Mirpur Khas:

The eclipse was 73% of the sun
Start at 7-am 35 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10-am to 14m

DG Khan:

The eclipse was 60% of the sun
Start at 7-am 42 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 52 minutes
The end was at 10 am 14 minutes

Nawabshah:

The eclipse was 72% of the sun
Start at 7-am 36 minutes
The peak was at 8-am to 48 minutes
End at 10 am to 12 minutes
It was the timing of the partial solar eclipse 2019 and confirmed by different sources. I think it is correct and it may vary area-wise in the Pakistan cities.
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