the big prominence and eruptive emission within...(june 23rd)

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the big prominence and eruptive emission within...(june 23rd)

Post by ChrisHalpha2017 »

hello,

Here in Paris this morning there was a small clearing of the sky that allowed me to see this :)

There was a Doppler shift at the base that annouced an eruption ; it was pretty small and faint but still I could see it in emission in front of the big prominence.

Can you see that too when you use an H alpha filter (as i dont have one) ?

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Very informative images Chris with your explanation.
Thanks for sharing.


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Post by rigel123 »

I looked at the GOES Flux graph and it does not show an eruption at the time marked on your image but it might have been a fairly bright surge prom that you captured.


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Great capture Chris !

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can a surge be that big and go that high ?


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it seems that i can see it on GONG :
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ChrisHalpha2017 wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 11:27 am can a surge be that big and go that high ?
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and here is the photos of the afternoon...
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Nice results!


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Post by highfnum »

I saw this with
Filter as well as with
Slit scope
And
Prom scope
Very nice Chris


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