According to the moon sighting report, the moon of Shawwal 1439 AH is highly visible on the evening of Thursday on June 14 in most parts of the world.
The moon sighting report confirms that North America, South America and Western parts of Africa would be able to sight the moon with the naked eye on the evening of June 14, Thursday.
However, rest of Africa, Saudi Arabia, Spain and Canada would also be able to see the moon with the naked eye under perfect conditions; if the sky is clean and not overcast the moon visibility is evident with the naked eye in those countries and regions.
Similarly, the moon is most likely to be visible in India, Sri Lanka, Western Pakistan including Sindh and Baluchistan, Iran, Iran, Turkey, North Spain and some parts of Europe would be able to sight the moon easily with the help of a small telescope.
However, in Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Western parts of China the moon visibility is difficult and it may require a telescope with perfect conditions to sight the moon.
Northern parts of Pakistan, North India, middle of Australia, Southern part of United Kingdom and southern Europe would be in danjon limit 8 degrees and moon sighting would only be possible with midrange telescope under perfect conditions.
According to the global visibility map, more than half of the world will sight the moon on Thursday (Today) evening. In Pakistan, Sindh and Baluchistan can sight the moon easily with a small telescope.
According to Tribune, Pakistan’s Ruet-e-Hilal committee is scheduled to meet on Thursday evening to sight the moon in Karachi, according to the report and evidence we have for moon sighting, the committee should be able to sight the moon today and Eid in Pakistan will commence tomorrow. It would be interesting to see what Ruet-e-Hilal committee has to announce.