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March 19, 2007
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  Summary: The Moon glided in front of the sun on March 19th, not directly in front but slightly off-center, producing a partial solar eclipse visible from Iran, India, China, Russia and the far reaches of northern Alaska. [details] [animated map]
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James Helmericks,
Colville River Delta, North Slope Alaska
Mar. 18, 2007
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Partial solar eclipse of setting sun in mirage over northern Alaska.

Photo details: Canon 300D, 400mm, 1/1000 sec, f/5.6

Sergey Guryanov,
Zelenogorsk, Siberia, Russia
Mar. 19, 2007
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Photo details: Olympus SP-320 Digital camera

Ali Matinfar,
MiyanKaleh Island, Mazandaran, Iran
Mar. 19, 2007

Photo details: Fuji s9500 Digital Camera

Alireza Teimoury,
Mesr, Iran
Mar. 19, 2007
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Solar Eclipse is almost invisible in the centre of Iran. I traveled with my friend about 500km to MESR to see only 5% of eclipse. I takes only 3 minute moon passes the edge of sun, after sunrise. It was fantastic for me to try to take photo of eclipse in the edge of the moon shadow.

Photo details: Canon EOS 30D, 300mm lens, ISO100, f:4.5, shutter speed:1/8000

Ali Ebrahimi Seraji,
Torbat-E Jam, Khorasan-E Razavi, Iran
Mar. 19, 2007
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Beautiful partial solar eclipse at sunrise in eastern Iran!

Photo details: 2080 binocular, Canon Powershot A430, 4X optical zoom, using afocal method.

Chennai, India
Mar. 19, 2007
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The partially eclipsed rising Sun offered an excellent view from the eastern coast of India.

Photo details: Fuji Finepix S-9500. 100 ISO, 1/500th sec. Spot-metered at -2 EV.

Jesus Gutierrez,
Mumbai, India
Mar. 19, 2007

Solar eclipse in Mumbai was wonderful from Hiranandani Gardens.

Photo details: 5 mega-pixel Pentax camera--very small but enough to keep this image for ever.