This morning I moved from the first floor balcony to the garden for the solar shots.
In the photo the telescope mounted the Herschel prism ...
So I started earlier than usual, around 9 am, while when I'm on the balcony I always have to wait because I don't see the sun.
As I started shooting I noticed how the turbulence was slightly better than usual, perhaps because the air hadn't warmed up yet.
After a couple of hours the clouds also arrived, luckily I had finished.
I tried to mount the Baader 35nm filter on a 60mm extension, so as to move it away from the nose of the diagonal and make it fit more inside the telescope.
In this way the filter should work with a larger diameter cone of light, so that it can heat up less.
At least in theory.
Acro refractor ES 127mm
Baader h-alpha 35nm filter
Telecentric Barlow TS 5x
Daystar Combo Quark Chromosphere
GSO 0.5 reducer
ZWO ASI 178mm
Autostakkert and AstroSurface processing