halpha sun on 8 April

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halpha sun on 8 April

Post by stef41 »

good morning to all,

a little late afternoon sun (in France) between two cirrus clouds with the fs60 equipped with its sm40 double stack, BF10, glasspath x1.7 and zwo178mm around 16h20 UT
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Hi,

Very good. That filament has grown a bit since yesterday.


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Nice large filament, thanks for sharing.


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Nice work with your excellent small refractor!


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Nice disks and filament, Stephane

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Post by EGRAY_OBSERVATORY »

Hi Stephane, excellent captures and the long-filament shows up very well.
The colouring is spot-on..

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Really like the first one.


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Post by rcwinter »

The filament looks great, nice setup, works well

Thanks for sharing,, really wish I was not at work to check it out myself

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Nice disk and dark filament, the skies here are just as dark lol...thanks for sharing.


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Beautifully even disks, Stephane. The second image is especially good.

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Great discs, very sharp indeed!


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Excellent disks Stephane!


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Beautiful FD's Stephane.


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Post by Montana »

Superb discs Stephane :bow :hamster: I'm glad you have some sunshine, the weather here is just miserable.

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