May 17 life and death of a filament , definitely my best video

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bonjour

extrait d'une vidéo aujourd'hui , pas de traitement sorti d'AS!3 sharpened 50%

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1/3 total video reduced in format here https://astropol.pagesperso-orange.fr/S ... -VLred.gif


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that is SPECTACULAR!


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That's great. Nice job.


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Unbelievable recording Paul.


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That is fantastic. SPOD material.


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That’s breathtaking! Amazing footage.


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Crazily cool!!!!`


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Brilliant cinema, Paul!

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The flare ripped the filament apart! Excellent work!!


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Excellent capture Paul,well done!

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Absolutely stunning! How long is the time interval you captured?

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really impressive !


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SPOD material I would say. :bow


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That is awesome ...


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Superb animation Paul!!!
Really well captured.
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it's really a stroke of luck, as you can see on the video of the link, I took a region of the sun in full net format of the pst (obligated to put a barlow X2 otherwise the spot is too small) and why I shifted to the left?????

in 99% of cases I will have shifted to the right for a protrusion at the limb,

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Professional quality work Paul!!


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That's astonishing - & brilliant work. What was your reaction when you saw that emerge?! Over what sort of timeframe was that?


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I was lucky to catch it too, visually! It all happened in the span of about 15 minutes.

Amazing recoding.


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Spectacular video, Paul !

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WOW!! :bow :bow :hamster:

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Brilliant work Banjo!

Wow! :hamster:
How long did you image from 1st to last frame, what frames per second is your video?

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Simply one of the best flare videos I have ever seen! Topic bookmarked! :bow


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daniele_bonfiglio wrote: Wed May 18, 2022 1:49 pm Simply one of the best flare videos I have ever seen! Topic bookmarked! :bow
Hi Daniele,
I did not know about the bookmark function ! After all this time ! Thanks for alerting us !

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