A photographer takes pictures of a solar eclipse through exposed X-ray film during sunrise in New Delhi on July 22, 2009. (TENGKU BAHAR/AFP/Getty Images)

A photographer takes pictures of a solar eclipse through exposed X-ray film during sunrise in New Delhi on July 22, 2009. (TENGKU BAHAR/AFP/Getty Images)

On July 22nd, the moon passed directly in front of the sun, causing a total solar eclipse (the longest of the 21st century – lasting 6 minutes and 39 seconds in a few areas), that crossed nearly half the Earth—through Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and China.

I wonder to see the pictures he took. Just curiosity.

[via TheBigPicture]