halpha sun on 7 April

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halpha sun on 7 April

Post by stef41 »

good evening to all,

a late afternoon sun (for me, in France ;) ), at the fs60 with its sm40 double stack, BF10, glasspath x1.7 and zwo178mm around 16:20 UT
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Post by dhkaiser »

Really nice for a 40mm.


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Post by EGRAY_OBSERVATORY »

Thank you Stephane you have certainly captured an excellent image of our quiet Sun.
Even the proms are quite small, but very clear

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Nice shots! There is slightly activity on the sun, hope that it will be great.


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Remarkably similar but more even than through my SMII 60.


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Very good images Stephane!


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Post by Montana »

Truly superb images :bow :hamster: lovely detail and excellent processing

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