Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Clouds and a job-meeting prevented me from imaging the Sun until it was starting to get quite low in the sky. Thus, the seeing was quite poor and I just managed a quick session before the Sun disappeared behind the neighbors roof.
Sun90FD_140707_Ha_20210317_ZWO ASI1600MM Pro_lapl5_ap12496_Sharpened_Contrast_resize.jpg
Sun90FD_140707_Ha_20210317_ZWO ASI1600MM Pro_lapl5_ap12496_Sharpened_Contrast_resize.jpg (208.28 KiB) Viewed 114 times
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Equipment used for this image was a Takahashi Sky-90 II with SolarMax 90 and BF15 filter, Baader 35nm H-Alpha filter, 2x Cemax Barlow and ASI ZWO 1600MM PRO camera. Everything mounted on a Paramount ME mount.
Stack of the best 40% (340of 880) images captured with an exposure time of 7ms, gain 0 and 14fps. Stacking done in Autostakkert 3, sharpening in AstraImage and contrast stretching in Adobe PhotoShop.

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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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A very nice disk Arne

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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Hi

You had the arc going up from the large prom similar to what I saw.

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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Hi Arne,

Well done


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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Your imaging session sounds the same as mine Arne, nice disk!


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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Nice disk, Arne.

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Thanks for the full size link, that is a really beautiful image :hamster: :bow

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Well done Arne.


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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha 17th of March 2021

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Thank you all for your kind comments!

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