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Old 08-06-2019, 09:45 AM
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Some winter sunnage.

Some sunnage done yesterday afternoon. Seeing was only verage as the sun is really low at this time of year and could not start run until about 2.30pm. First image is in Ha with the Lunt 60mm double stack, 636 frames from 10000 with ZWO ASI290MM camera. Second is CaK with a SWED80 scope and Lunt CaK module, 200 frames from 5000 same camera. Processed in PIPP, Registax 6 and PS CC. Appears to be some activity brewing and some flares. No sunspots yet!!
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Old 08-06-2019, 10:39 AM
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Nice images of an quiet sun, the filaments near the middle of the disc were most noticeable. Had a look yesterday and should of done some imaging but got lazy and just did visual. A few small proms but the filaments were the more interesting.
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