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Summary: On Jan. 4, 2011, the Moon passed in front of the sun, slightly off-center, producing a partial solar eclipse visible from Europe, northern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia. [details]

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Peter Rosén,
Stockholm, Sweden
Jan. 4, 2011

This widefield picture of the eclipse of the sun of this morning was taken at 8h41 UT at the maximum of 85%. I then composited 6 other pictures representing a total of 45 minutes. Before and after this central period, the sun was hidden behind clouds. Taken with a Canon Eos 5DMkII and a 16-35/2,8 zoom. I have worked with several different exposures to restitute the ambiance of the subdued light during the eclipse. /*Peter Rosén

Roberto Perdoncin,
Moncenisio, Valsusa, Torino, Italy
Jan. 4, 2011
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Cezary Filipiuk,
Pszczyna, Poland
Jan. 4, 2011
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canon 400D, 75-300mm

Thorsten Boeckel,
Austria / Innsbruck
Jan. 4, 2011
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The horizontal crescent was photographed over Innsbruck/Austria. To get the crescent near the mountain shape it was really hard to get in position. Photo, Canon 50D, 300mm telelens

Katarina Art,
Stockholm, Sweden
Jan. 4, 2011
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Canon Ixus 100IS

Bjork Jensen,
Jels, Denmark
Jan. 4, 2011

Only 1,5 deg of free space to make the photo. This photo is HDR made out of three frames. Nikon D300 300mm Nikon F5,6 Telephoto

Marco Meniero,
Pisa, Toscany,Italy
Jan. 4, 2011
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Eclipse from Pisa, Canon 5DMKII, 50 Iso, EF 300/4L

Marek Harman,
Jasenie, Slovakia
Jan. 4, 2011
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Partial eclipse from Jasenie hill. Canon 50D + EF-S 17-85 mm IS USM, F=22 mm, f/5 + Baader astrosolar. Exposures: land 6:03 UT - 1/15s (over sunrise, without solar filter)and eclipse 6:35 - 8:26 UT - 1/15s - 6s by atmospheric condition, every 6 min.