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April 10 2019 Ha: Full Disc, 5 Proms & Sunspot 2738

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#1 RickV

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 03:02 PM

I'm 10 days late posting these images... but it was my daughter's Birthday.  (That's the excuse I'm going with!)

 

Wow 10 days later (today April 20th) and AR2738 has rounded the limb... that makes it about 10 days or so to apparently traverse the solar diameter.

 

Full Solar Disc

1 08_21_23 32mm 5ms  8Bn1 G90 60g 180b F100 Col800.jpg

 

Proms at 1:30 O'clock

2 10_40_09 100mmSS 1p2x 10ms 8Bn1 G290 1g 180b_p F2 Col600.jpg

 

Proms at 7 O'clock

3 08_48_47 100mmSS 10ms  8Bn1 G118 63g 180b_p F6 Colr 600.jpg

 

Proms at 7 O'clock - 65 minutes later

4 09_53_44 100mmDS 10ms 8Bn1 G258 65g 180b_p F6 colr 600.jpg

 

Proms at 8 O'clock

5 08_52_43 100mmSS 10ms 8Bn1 G115 63g 180b_p F12colr 600.jpg

 

Proms at 10 O'clock

6 08_56_26 100mmSS 10ms 8Bn1 G110 63g 180b_p F10 Colr.jpg

 

Sunspot AR2738

7 11_27_54 100mmSS 1p2x 10ms 8Bn1 G125 1g 180b_p F9 Col600.jpg

 

 

I hope you enjoy these.  Comments welcome.

 

Best,

Rick


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#2 MalVeauX

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 03:09 PM

Fantastic Rick, that first prom is really well done and the big spot is great!

 

Very best,


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 03:09 PM

Great job Rick.


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 03:10 PM

Really nice shot of that large prom and the AR close up!  Interesting artifacts in some of the other proms, look like topographical maps.  I don't think I have ever seen that happen.  Kind of cool in their own way!


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 04:53 PM

Really nice shot of that large prom and the AR close up!  Interesting artifacts in some of the other proms, look like topographical maps.  I don't think I have ever seen that happen.  Kind of cool in their own way!

Yeah that's what came to my mind.

 

Nice set Rick, 10 days old I love history! grin.gif Happy Birthday to your daughter!


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Posted 20 April 2019 - 07:13 PM

Really nice shot of that large prom and the AR close up!  Interesting artifacts in some of the other proms, look like topographical maps.  I don't think I have ever seen that happen.  Kind of cool in their own way!

Hey Warren!  Not topographical maps lol.gif.  Those effects came from a poor attempt to double stack: my LS50PT elaton ahead of my Quark Chromosphere.  Thanks for noticing!  wink.gif

 

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 07:27 PM

Good ones Rick! That monster prom looks great! It's always good to see more images no matter when they were taken. I think we both had the same idea about stacking an etalon with the Daystar. I tried that today too. It has potential in good seeing conditions. Very hit and miss here today. It looked much better live on my computer screen than the actual saved .avi's.

V/R

Terry

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