Images from Dehradun by Mr. Hareendra Baraiya, a wildlife researcher in Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, and also a member of the Mango Astronomy Club, Mango Education, Coimbatore. Regards Obuli Chandran. RMango Education
Talha Zia (The telescope used was Celestron 102GT on an alt az mount.
102 mm/1000 mm OTA) was in Sukkur City, Sindh, Pakistan; advised by Michael Kentrianakis (New York). Unfiltered (1/1000 or 1/2000 for the annulus; perhaps 1/4000 for the chromosphere). 910 mm focal length and a 90 mm diameter lens. (Talha Moon Zia, Pakistan)
The June 21, 2020, eclipse as captured by the XRT (x-ray telescope) on the Japanese Hinode Mission between 4-10 UTC; the false-color x-ray image was stitched together from four pointings from before the eclipse.
Thanks to Alphonse Sterling (NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center), liaison with Kathy Reeves and Lucas Guliano (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)] Dr. Taro Sakao (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency/Institute of Space and Astronautical Science = JAXA/ISAS]
(Thanks to Alphonse Sterling, Kathy Reeves, and Lucas Guliano) Dr. Taro Sakao was making scientific observations of nonthermal plasma motions in the high-speed solar wind stream with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph aboard Hinode, using the lunar silhouette for calibration of stray light.
Partial-eclipse images from Kodaikanal Observatory, south India [forwarded by Jagdev Singh; cloudy in Bangalore]