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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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Amir Hossein Abolfath,
Turan, Biarjomand, Iran
Mar. 19, 2007

Photo details: Canon EOS 30D, 200mm lens

Masoud Atighi,
Mashhad city (Khorasan razavi) Iran
Mar. 19, 2007
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The partial solar eclipse appeared above the tomb of Imam Reza.

Photo details: Fuji Digital camera s5600

Babak A. Tafreshi,
Tooran national Park, eastern Iran
Mar. 19, 2007
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The eclipsed sun rose over mountains of Tooran wild life resort in a desert area in eastern Iran.

Photo details: Canon EOS 20D and 300mm telephoto lens with no filter on.

Mar. 19, 2007
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I invited children of the residential area to see the eclipse. Most of them saw it for the first time. This science activity also helped remove myths and fears in the mind of young children and adults about watching solar eclipse.

Anton Balatskiy,
Russia, Chukotka
Mar. 19, 2007

Photo details: Canon Power Shot A85 + filter+ photoshop

Mostafa Khosravi,
Iran, Khorasane Razavi, Torbate Jam
Mar. 19, 2007
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Photo details: Canon 350D + Skywatcher telescope 6"

Semyen Nikolashkin,
Yakutsk, Yakutia, Russia
Mar. 19, 2007
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Photo details: Kodak V603 digital camera

Kambiz Khaleghi,
Tehran, Iran
Mar. 19, 2007
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Photo details: Zenit 122, Telle 400, 400ASA, 1/30 s

Dipti Sharma,
New Delhi India
Mar. 19, 2007
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Photo details: Sony Cybershot T50

Lee Young,
Seoul, South Korea
Mar. 19, 2007

Photo details: Nikon D50, ISO 200, 1/1250s exposure

more images: from Mohammad Rahimi of Mesr , Esfahan , Iran;