Keith Rickard travelled to Plaza Mayor in Madrid to observe the Annular Eclipse. This location was very close to the centre line of the eclipse path.
In the UK there was a partial eclipse and Honor Wheeler and Julian Tworek imaged it, Honor in white light and Julian in Hydrogen Alpha light.
Images by Keith Rickard
Below are some of the images Keith Rickard took with his Olympus OM1 SLR camera with a 420mm lens with a converted eclipse spectacles lens for a filter. Kodak Elite chrome 200 film was used. In the images below you can see Baily’s Beads and multiple shadows of the partial eclipse phase.
Images By Julian Tworek
The following images were taken by CMHAS member Julian Tworek from his observatory in Sidcup, Kent. They are of the annular eclipse but are seen as partial from the UK.
The images were taken using a Coronado PST (H-Alpha) telescope mounted on a Meade LXD55 mount, taken afocally with a Canon A510 compact camera. Plenty of prominences are visible if you click on the images.
Images by Honor Wheeler
The following images were taken by CMHAS member Honor Wheeler from her home in Wilmington near Dartford, Kent. They are of the annular eclipse but are seen as partial eclipse from the UK.
The images were taken using a Meade ETX 105 telescope, taken afocally with a Fuji E550 digital camera (set to auto), through a 26mm eyepiece with BAADER Astrosolar safety film and yellow filter.