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From the Sydney suburb of North Parramatta, Timothy Jones took this image of the Sun reflected by a refracting telescope onto a board.
This view of the partial eclipse was captured by David Jaensch from South Australian regional centre Whyalla, 230km north-west of Adelaide.
Australians looked skyward on the morning of 10 May, including Annemaree Haley took this photo from Julatten, on the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland at 8:40AM.
Adolfo Nazaro captured this image from the Sydney suburb of Mosman at 9:18AM.
A view of the partial eclipse through a H-alpha telescope filter at the Sydney Observatory in The Rocks, Sydney. Here, astronomers and Sydney-siders gathered around a variety of instruments to view the eclipse, and listen to a live broadcast from Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.
About 65km east of Adelaide is Murray Bridge, South Australia. Here, at 8:06AM, Steine Trinder took this photograph on a Canon 7D with a 200mm zoom lens and a No. 13 welders filter. The colour of this image has been adjusted.
Grant Schwartzkopf captured this glowing image from the the township of Paringa, South Australia, about 215km north-east of Adelaide.
Cloud cover obstructed the view of 10 May’s partial eclipse. From the township of Maleny on the Sunshine Coast hinterland, resident Steve Swayne captured this shot with a Canon 5D Mk II, a 70-200mm lens and a variable neutral density filter.
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