2007, Argentina Partial Solar Eclipse on September 11, 2007 at Buenos Aires, Argentina The partial solar eclipse of September 11, 2007, photographed with an 80-400 mm VR Nikon lens used at 400 mm f/5.6 1/4000 second on Williams College’s Nikon D200 for Jay Pasachoff by the co-pilot of the Airbus 320 from which he observed. Pasachoff in his seat on the LAN airplane, with sunlight barely visible on the left side of the window, inaccessible behind the window’s inner plastic, in a photo by Ecuadorian photographer Andrea Gómez, who was assigned a neighboring seat. Pasachoff and Capt. Jorge Villalba of LAN airlines, just after the eclipse flight, which landed in Buenos Aires in pouring rain. Pasachoff, Capt. Jorge Villalba, and chief flight attendant Paul Abad of LAN airlines, just after the eclipse flight, which landed in Buenos Aires in pouring rain. Co-pilot Ronnie Rehpani Padilla used Pasachoff’s and Williams College’s camera and lens to take the eclipse photos from the cockpit. The Galileo Galilei Planetarium in Buenos Aires, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The Galileo Galilei Planetarium in Buenos Aires, with its reflection. Conrado Kurtz (Universidad de La Punta, San Luis, Argentina) and Jay Pasachoff, both wearing one of Kurtz’s tee-shirts from his Website www.surastronomico.com.