Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Here, I’m posting some of the best quality photos/ images, featuring Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010 from Jaffna, Sri Lanka. In fact, it was really a great and thrilling experience visiting to the best eclipse site Jaffna located in Northern frontiers of Sri Lanka. The Eclipse Expedition turned out to be really a successful event and we had more than 2000 participants, who ranged from school children, teachers, eclipse chasers, traveling groups, random people, and even army and police (Even D.I.G. of Jaffna visited to our eclipse site and joined our outreach campaign , located at the grounds of Jaffna Hindu College himself paid a visit to eyewitness this extraordinary episode of natural phenomena)!!

Thus unfolds a bunch of really great pictures, that are worth cherishing !

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

The above are projected images of the annular eclipse.
Here are some of the images taken by our friend Shehal, during our out reach program. You at reach him @ kanabona

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

Photos of Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Longest in this millenium

In addition you can find more awesome and cool images at my Eclipse 2010 Blog


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