Four lunar and solar eclipses will take place in 2023

The first eclipse of the year could be solar, it will be close on April 20 and it will not be visible in Pakistan

The path of totality passes through the North West Cape, a remote peninsula in Western Australia.

In part, it will probably be visible in Southeast Asia, Australia, the Pacific, the Indian Ocean, and Antarctica.

The second eclipse may be lunar and will occur between May 5 and 6. The weather office said it will be visible in Pakistan.

"It will be seen from southern/eastern Europe, a large amount of Asia, Australia, Africa, the Pacific, the Atlantic

The annular solar eclipse will occur on October 14 and 15 and will no longer be visible in Pakistan

The eclipse will be viewable in parts of the Yucatan Peninsula in southwestern Mexico

The partial lunar eclipse will take place on October 28 and 29, 2023. It will be visible from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, 

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