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Post by MAURITS »

A few days ago I had a lot of misery to have a reasonable recording of the sun.
Seeing and transparency below all level.

So this is my only result after a lot of bad images processing.

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Post by DeepSolar64 »

It looks good Maurits! I certainly battle seeing and transparency often.


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Post by EGRAY_OBSERVATORY »

Under the circumstances you have certainly got a well-good image Maurits.

At least you can do some imaging, whereas today the observatory-computer decided to not fire-up beyond initialization prior to starting, so will have a further go tomorrow and awaiting my supplier to ask.
I might have to use another machine..

Thanks for sharing

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Nice looking image.
Thanks

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I like your image Maurits. Sometimes the conditions are very frustrating, but you succeeded in getting one image.

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Post by Stardust5858 »

Yeah, sometimes conditions are not ideal Maurits, but it's a good capture. Terry, hope you get your computer sorted.


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Looks good Maurits!


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A very nice capture in the poor conditions Maurits...well done :bow

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Post by Carbon60 »

It can be so frustrating when you have all the equipment, skills and time to image, but the conditions just don't cooperate. You did really well here. Lovely image.

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