H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

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H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by Pedro » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:09 pm


SUN (20120121/201222) ANIMATED GIF AR11402/AR11401/AR11405/AR11407. LUNT 152 F/6, BF3400, X2 Barlow, DMK41, (stack of 250 images)








H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

http://re.apaaweb.com/sun_20120122_LUNT ... mosaic.jpg
SUN (20120122) DISK. LUNT 152 F/6, BF3400, DMK41, six-panel mosaic (stack of 250 images each panel)

http://re.apaaweb.com/sun_20120122_LUNT ... mosaic.jpg
SUN (20120122) PROMS. LUNT 152 F/6, BF3400, DMK41, six-panel mosaic (stack of 250 images each panel)

http://re.apaaweb.com/sun_20120122_LUNT ... ic_all.jpg
SUN (20120122) DISK & PROMS. LUNT 152 F/6, BF3400, DMK41, six-panel mosaic (stack of 250 images each panel)

http://re.apaaweb.com/sun_20120122_LUNT ... KX2-01.jpg
SUN (20120122) AR11402/AR11401/AR11405/AR11407. LUNT 152 F/6, BF3400, X2 Barlow, DMK41, (stack of 250 images)



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Re: H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by marktownley » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:15 pm

Lovely images Pedro!!! B)


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Post by Cschur » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:27 pm

Gee Pedro, clear skies, superb seeing and killer images. You really know how to rub it in! ;)


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Re: H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by Pedro » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:37 pm

Thanks Chris.

The seeing was better than average. I still think that I can do much better. My best images are always the ones that I have yet to capture ;)

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Post by MapleRidge » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:43 pm

Hi Pedro...

Those are great images!

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Re: H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by Bill E. » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:48 pm

Pedro, Your use of contrast is among the best :bow:



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Post by swisswalter » Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:45 am

Hi Pedro

wonderful job


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Post by Derek Klepp » Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:56 am

Very nice Pedro and thanks the weather is very gloomy down here this week



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Post by Merlin66 » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:53 am

Now, those are images to be extremely proud of!!
The amount of detail you've pulled out is absolutely astounding - I'm very impressed.


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Re: H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by Montana » Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:13 am

Absolutely wonderful pictures Pedro! that big filament seems to have disappeared though? it must have floated away sometime between Sat/Sun.

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Re: H-ALPHA SUN (20120122) with GOOD seeing

Post by Pedro » Mon Jan 23, 2012 2:20 pm

Thanks again guys. The big filament is almost gone. It is very interesting to reccord big changes from day to day.

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