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#1 Echo

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Posted 14 March 2004 - 11:02 PM

Welcome to the Cloudy Nights Reader’s Gallery Submission Forum. Each month, we ask our CN members to submit your best photos.

This month's theme for this section is: Free form

For your photo entries, please provide a description that includes:
your First and Last Name;
Date of photo (can include the time);
Description (title) of the image;
Relevant photo information (exposure length and equipment used).

This is important! If you don't supply ALL information, we won't be able to use your photograph!!!!

Please note: due to copyright issues, all photos should be original (If they aren't then you will be banned from this section of the forum!).

This month's deadline is April 15th, at 1700 hours Greenwich Mean Time.
To facilitate the judging we respectfully ask that you not enter comments in the photo thread. You will find a commentary thread for the solar entries. Thanks and good luck!


 

#2 thesungazer

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 09:59 PM

Here's a shot I took of the active region 0582 from 3/29. There is currently a 35% chance of it producing a medium M class flare and 5% chance of a massive X class.

March 29th, 2004 1700 UT
Solar rotation 2014, South is up
Solar Spectrum .2A Ha Filter
AP155EDT @ f/50, 85mm Aperture
3.3 MP Olympus C-3040 Digital Camera
1/40 sec. shutter, Afocal
Processed with Image Plus and Adobe Photoshop

http://mysite.verizo...iepol/0329.html

Greg Piepol

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#3 AndyM

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Posted 01 April 2004 - 12:37 PM

Some images, taken on March 30th morning (round about 09:00 UT):

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Coronado Solarmax40/BF10
Achromat 70/700
Nikon Coolpix 995
25mm CEMAX Eyepiece

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Coronado Solarmax40/BF10
Achromat 70/700 focal
ToU-Cam 740k, 30 frames stacked with the Giotto 1.33 software processed in Photoshop

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SolarSpectrum 0.2A Research Grade H-Alpha Filter
Achromat 102/1000 @ 2000mm focal length stopped down to 60mm
Baader Cool-ERF & Baader 2x Telecentric System
ToU-Cam 740k, 40 frames stacked with the Giotto 1.33 software processed in Photoshop

Andreas Murner
Bavaria / Germany
 

#4 Guest_**DONOTDELETE**_*

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Posted 11 April 2004 - 10:28 AM

Sun in H-alpha
Date: January 22, 2004. 3 PM
Location: Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Description of the image: The image was my first solar image through H-alpha. I took this shot at the visitors center on Mauna Kea.
Camera: Fuji Finepix s5000
Exposure Time: 1/120th of sec, Manual Focus
Coronado Maxscope 70 (Nearstar) H-Alpha scope mounted with a C11 on a Losmandy G-11 Eq. Mount
Image is unprocessed but resized to 640x480
Vishnu Reddy

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#5 thesungazer

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Posted 12 April 2004 - 10:00 PM

Here's another:

Detail at .2 Angstrom

April 7th, 2004 1700 UT
Bethesda, Maryland
Solar rotation 2015, East is up
Solar Spectrum .2A Ha Filter
AP155EDT @ f/46, 90mm Aperture
3.3 MP Olympus C-3040 Digital Camera
1/25 sec. shutter, Afocal
Processed with Image Plus and Adobe Photoshop

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#6 Guest_**DONOTDELETE**_*

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Posted 15 April 2004 - 12:21 AM

Hello,

Last year solar storms.
Hole sun picture taken with Nikon coolpix 4300
3 zooms done with a webcam ToUcam pro, 1200 frames stacked with IRIS 4,0 for each picture.
I used my ED80 Vixen refractor with a barlow Celestron Ultima 2X. Astrosolar Baader filter.

Sebastien Collignon :cool:
Brussels Belgium

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Posted 15 April 2004 - 12:24 AM

The first big sunspots group during the solar storms.
Same material used than the previous picture.
Sebastien Collignon
Brussels Belgium :cool:

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