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Old 01-06-2024, 01:26 PM
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Early Ha Sun 1st June 2024

Hi

I only managed a handful of frames to stack this morning due to cloud (and then rain) in Melbourne

Seeing was better than yesterday, but a few more frames would have yielded a better result.

Imaged with a 100mm f/9 ED refractor + SHG + ASI183MM camera

Data reconstructed using Doug Smith's SHG Main software.
Frames selected and stacked in Autostakkert3! and deconvolved in Astrosurface.

Data collected at Ha wavelength.


Link to higher re image here: https://flic.kr/p/2pUACFQ


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Old 01-06-2024, 02:27 PM
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Excellent result!
Just zoom in to see the high resolution detail.
Well done mate!
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Old 01-06-2024, 10:49 PM
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Great Going and great image Maurice...
Ex-Sunspot AR3664 now AR3697 is still producing some X class flares, Should be an interesting coming week
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Excellent result!
Just zoom in to see the high resolution detail.
Well done mate!
Thanks Ken..

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Great Going and great image Maurice...
Ex-Sunspot AR3664 now AR3697 is still producing some X class flares, Should be an interesting coming week
Cheers Bob...lets hope for some aurora..
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As probably said before, great images of Sol, the near 3D aspects to the filyproms ( is that a real word ) draws the attention for me.
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Old 08-06-2024, 12:13 PM
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Thanks very much Jeff.
Glad you like.

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A great result Maurice considering the weather, nice H-a features.
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