Sun in Whitelight 22nd September 2022. Last one for a while.

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Sun in Whitelight 22nd September 2022. Last one for a while.

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Going to be away from the Sun for a few weeks apart from weekends so glad I could catch something today , even if it's a bit flat ... :(

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Glad we see that Steve, thanks for sharing.


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Nicely imaged, Steve.

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Looks quite active, nice shot :bow :hamster: sounds like the story of my life, only it is never sunny at weekends ;)

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Steve,
I hope your reason for being away from the Sun during the week isn't bad or unpleasant. I'll miss your outstanding near-daily white light images. They are a help to my own visual and imaging sessions. I'll look for you on the weekends.

Stay Safe.

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I think these look great Steve.

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DeepSolar64 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 5:21 am Steve,
I hope your reason for being away from the Sun during the week isn't bad or unpleasant. I'll miss your outstanding near-daily white light images. They are a help to my own visual and imaging sessions. I'll look for you on the weekends.

Stay Safe.

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It is both bad and unpleasant James .... !

I have foolishly agreed to go back to work for the first time in 14 months and help a mate out with a loft-conversion , I am too old for loft conversions and it's in the middle of Cambridge which is somewhere I swore I'd never work again ... :roll:

And worst of all I cannot get a view of the Sun from the location otherwise I'd have the rig set up on the scaffold ... :lol:

But there , it's only a hobby and the Sun will still be there when I've finished it ... ;)

Might get a bit of blue in the morning which would be nice as there's so much to see at the moment , fingers crossed ... :D

Take care ,

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These are nice Steve, Best of luck with the conversion...


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steveward53 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 3:54 pm
DeepSolar64 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 5:21 am Steve,
I hope your reason for being away from the Sun during the week isn't bad or unpleasant. I'll miss your outstanding near-daily white light images. They are a help to my own visual and imaging sessions. I'll look for you on the weekends.

Stay Safe.

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It is both bad and unpleasant James .... !

I have foolishly agreed to go back to work for the first time in 14 months and help a mate out with a loft-conversion , I am too old for loft conversions and it's in the middle of Cambridge which is somewhere I swore I'd never work again ... :roll:

And worst of all I cannot get a view of the Sun from the location otherwise I'd have the rig set up on the scaffold ... :lol:

But there , it's only a hobby and the Sun will still be there when I've finished it ... ;)

Might get a bit of blue in the morning which would be nice as there's so much to see at the moment , fingers crossed ... :D

Take care ,

Steve.

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DeepSolar64 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 5:40 pm I feel your pain Steve. Be careful!! And get you a set of Lunt 8x32 SUNoculars to take along!!
I'm going to tape some ND5.0 to my 15 X 70s ... ;)


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steveward53 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 6:10 pm
DeepSolar64 wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 5:40 pm I feel your pain Steve. Be careful!! And get you a set of Lunt 8x32 SUNoculars to take along!!
I'm going to tape some ND5.0 to my 15 X 70s ... ;)
Nice! You may have to take a tripod along for those big ones.


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Great image Steve.


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Good disk Steve!

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