AR12674 through 304mm scope. Day two.

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AR12674 through 304mm scope. Day two.

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Hi all,

Here is the image of a nice AR12674 taken Sept 2 2017 with my C14 telescope equipped
with the ARIES 304mm DERF and Quark Chromosphere.

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This is a day two of this nice group. Here is this group one day earlier download/file.php?id=35519
Thanks for looking.


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That's a beauty Valery. Can't wait for cycle 25 to kick in and we get more activity like this.


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These always make me smile :) those were the days :)

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Another stunning image, Valery. We’re all looking forward to a significant up-tick in activity for more of these.

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Thanks for your kind words, friends.

If you like, I can post many many more such high res images I took during last solar cycle.


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They're super images Valery, please post away.


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Yes, please keep posting! Helps us through the dark and rainy months.


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Valery...

An incredible amount of detail in these images...excellent work :bow

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Hi Valery,

That is another gem. I can't wait to get a proper cell for my C14 D-ERF to continue getting my C14 setup ready.

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Valery, this image makes a great SPOD...congrats :bow

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