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Old 18-07-2021, 08:32 PM
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sunspot groups from 18 july 2021

wow talk about hassles, 12 panels and i cant make a sphere because the software wont do it. anyway these are a couple just not happy i cant make a full disk
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Looking good though!

I find white light processing the hardest of them all, I still have difficulty stacking to see the granulation let alone stitch a mosaic.
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David,
The images look good.
For a full disk image, why not compromise.
Change the effective focal length to suit your sensor chip,size.
The solar diameter is close to 1/100 the focal length.
Just my 2c
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Looking good though!

I find white light processing the hardest of them all, I still have difficulty stacking to see the granulation let alone stitch a mosaic.
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David,
The images look good.
For a full disk image, why not compromise.
Change the effective focal length to suit your sensor chip,size.
The solar diameter is close to 1/100 the focal length.
Just my 2c
Thanks, normally I can get it done but I am not sure what I am stuffing up. Thanks Ken for the suggestion
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David,

They are very detailed, impressive images.
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They are very detailed, impressive images.
Thanks Bob, sometimes you get lucky
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Nice granulation in your images David. What size scope did you use?
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Nice granulation in your images David. What size scope did you use?
Williams Optics flt132 and asi 174mm With baader 2inch white light
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Nice granulation David ,well done.

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