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Old 25-05-2021, 08:15 AM
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AR2824 10 minute animation

This short 10 minute animation was captured 816 - 827am yesterday, taken with the 60mm Lunt in single stack mode. Wind being a problem and other issues shortened was was to be an hour. Today cloud, maybe tomorrow..


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Old 25-05-2021, 08:35 AM
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Hi Peter, nice steady animation the clouds cut short your animation just as mine started.

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Hi Peter, nice steady animation the clouds cut short your animation just as mine started.

Martin
Thanks Martin, as I look out now the clouds are now clearing and I have to start work....grrrr
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New scope and far better results, photon solar greed is good Peter

Excellent work
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Nice still captures and a great little movie of some activity in that AR Peter. Great stuff!
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