Yesterday's weather was unreal it was so bad. Today, it's great. Seeing was ok, not superb though. Was able to image the large prominence grouping this morning and while watching the limb near AR2739 I noticed a prominence forming so rapidly that it would change within 30 seconds quite apparently just on the screen. I grabbed 16 videos to sequence an animation of this rapidly evolving prominence that lifted off, around 10:30am Eastern and then it was gone again. AR2739 is just a tiny spot at this point, some minor activity near it, but oh so small.
Animation of prom lift off at 10:30am Eastern time:
Full resolution animation on my Astrobin (the above was crushed down tiny for forum posting limitations):
C8 Edge + Aires 200mm Tri-Band D-ERF + Baader 2" UV/IR Block Filter + Quark Chromosphere + 0.5x focal reducer + ASI174MM
Celestron Omni XLT 120mm F8 Refractor + Baader 2" Blue CCD-IR Block + Skybender + Chroma 393.37 0.1nm Filter + 2x Barlow + ASI174MM
ST80 + Baader 2" UV/IR Block Filter + Quark Chromosphere + 0.5x focal reducer + ASI174MM
Edited by MalVeauX, 20 April 2019 - 01:12 PM.