Lift off 4th August

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Lift off 4th August

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Today I was aware of the huge prom, but clouds were playing a game with me. Just 1 hour before the sun was getting behind my house I had luck and could still make some images. It was already in the final phases when the prom was getting detached. So I was lucky :) it was over 150.000 km high so I was really impressed.

First image was take with my tmb92 and a 75mm Lunt etalon. The disk was made with my lunt 60.
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And some shots from yesterday.
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Glad you caught that with the prom floating above the surface, great shot!


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Nice scale! It let's everyone clearly see how big that prom really was. Very nice images!! :bow

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Post by Montana »

Wow! these are wonderful images, great to see the solar ruler too :bow :hamster:

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Beautiful detail, great coloring, I like very much that you used the ruler.

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Hello Andre,

Very nice images! I like the colour background in your SPOD with the full disc and prom lifting. What colour is that ? I think the hex code for the colour is: 333c45

Is this correct ? Did you put a gradient on it ? radial or otherwise.

Many thanks.

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I don't know the exact color to be honest. Just copied it from an earlier picture that I made. I always use content aware filling for the background layer, so there comes a small gradient from. I like that more than a single color :)


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