Total Eclipse 11 July 2010

by Phill Edwards & Steve Crawford

This was the 27th eclipse of Saros 146.

Totality lasted 2 minutes 24 seconds from our viewpoint.

At third contact we were at 17°21.996'S 145°30.113'W

We we partially obscured by cloud which resulted in some interesting effects. We were able to view the eclipse for much longer than usual as the clouds cut down the light before second contact and after third contact.

Corona

Tahiti

More photographs of Tahiti

Corona

Anaa on Eclipse day

Corona
Crowd

The rest of the crowd

Envy

Tripod and long lens envy

Totality

Partial Phases