United Optics 130 Triplet Refractor - SkyWatcher 102 F5 Refractor & SM90 / BF15 - Orion 120mm F5 Refractor & Baader Herschel Wedge - AZ -EQ6 GT mount & SkyWatcher Alt-Az mount - QSI 683 CCD & Grasshopper 3 2.8mp (674) - 3 Nikon cameras & 1 Canon - To many Nikon lenses - EP's 2 x ES 6.7's, - 2 x ES 8.8's, - 2 x ES 11's, - 2 x ES 16's - 2 x Denk 21's, - 2 x Brandon 24's, - 2 x RKE 28's - 1 x Nagler 12m, - 1 x ES 30 - Denk 27 Bino
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/
Warren - Stargazing since the 60's! Scopes: ETX-LS6, ED80T, AT6RC, Lunt LS60T, C9.25 Mounts: Atlas EQ-G, Vixen Portamount II Cameras: Atik 314L+,DMK31AU03,SSAG, ASI120MC Filters: Astrodon LRGB, Orion HA, SII, OIII Acc: Orion 5 place Filter wheels x 2, Flatman Primary Imaging site: Bortle Scale Class 6 Red Zone http://astrobin.com/users/rigel123/
Solar Imaging Tutorial • Circa 1958 Gilbert 3" Reflector • Astro-Physics 105 EDT (Traveler) • Astro-Physics160 EDF • Astro-Physics175 EDF • Coronado 90/90/30 Hα • PSTs in Ha and CaK flavors • Circa 1810 Utzschneider,Reichenbach,Fraunhofer • Circa 1825 Merz,Utzschneider,Fraunhofer • Etc. etc.
Inventor of the Herschel Wedgie. Watch your back.
Astronomy - The World's Second-Oldest Profession.
"You don't know Swift from Astrola." -C.H.-
Steve 200PDS,80EDPro,Tal100RS,ST120,ETX105, Mak180Pro. HEQ5PROSynscan,EQ3/2. Canon1000D(Std Unmodded),Canon 1100D(Std Unmodded) x2 ,SPC900NCx2 (1 x Colour 1x Mono).
-Tristan Schwartz- Former Resident Astro-Guru, Arizona Museum of Natural History
Member of Colorado Springs Astronomical Society Look for my article "Making the Case for Structured Observing," coming to Sky & Telescope in 2014!
6" Orion DSE Dob, Coronado PST
Dr. Willie K. Yee President Mid-Hudson Astronomical Assn.Member RAC, AOSNY, IDA, Astronomers Without Borders, Charlie Bates Solar Astronomy Project
NexStar 50 Expert, Lunar 50 Expert; AL Outreach, Messier, and Sunspotters AwardsCommander Prius Class Shuttlecraft Zhang HengTeeter 13.1" f/4.5 Custom Dob, NexStar8 SE, Meade 80mm f/6 ED Apo, Meade 363 f/10 80 mm, Lunt LS60THa, PST dbl stk
70mm F/7 achro (my mama's gift for my 12 birth day) ARIES 7" F/8 Fluorite APO doublet refractor, ARIES 10" F/14.6 MCT (c.o. 22%) C14 with carbon tube, cooling fans + Hyperstar 3. PGR Flea 3, 1.3Mpix mono.
Me too and how come it disappeared in a so violent way. Its like an explosion. Did you pay attention to the smaller filament vortex caused by the shock wave ? What a powerful energy. Any planet would have been destroyed in second with a such energy.
More I watch it, more I find it incredible... ! So much details captured. Thanks GONG.
David W. Knisely . . . . . . "If you aren't having fun in this hobby, you aren't doing it right." Hyde Memorial Observatory http://www.hydeobservatory.info Prairie Astronomy Club http://www.prairieastronomyclub.org
Quote:David, I said its like an explosion shock wave effect, I know its not an explosion.Andre
Quote:Maybe this will bring on a soiling then ...
Look Up! Astrozap 5" Petzval Achromat, Celestron 102GT Astro Tech 65 EDQ 11" SCT 12" Lightbridge Coronado PST CG5ASGT CGE Canon 1000D Orion StarshootII DMK 21 PGR Scorpion Photometrics Quantix KAF6303E Bunch O junky web cams Bunch O filters
Indiana for a three more weeks...
14.5" Teeter w/ Richard Fagin mirror, TT #66
EON 120ED on CG-5 ASGT
Lunt LS60THa/B1200 Sky Guy Porta II
Denk Super System with A45 OCS