July 22nd 2009 marks the longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century, lasting at most 6 minutes, 39 seconds (wikipedia). It may be a long long time before you get to catch a glimpse of this marvel again, the next total eclipse will take place again on 21st June, 2132.
However if you missed viewing of the total solar eclipse, don’t worry, technology has advanced quite a lot to capture memories forever, and there are 100s and 1000s of videos that have captured the solar eclipse.
Here are some images of the total solar eclipse from Asia, courtesy Wikipedia & Reuters.
The Dark Side of the moon courtesy Reuters
Solar Eclipse image from New Delhi, India
Solar Eclipse image from Kolkata, India
Solar Eclipse image from Tainan, Taiwan