Ha Filaprom June 11th

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Ha Filaprom June 11th

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Just time for a 'quick' solar image this evening after work. I say 'quick' because by the time I've lugged all of my gear around the house to my back garden it feels like much longer than the few minutes that it actually takes, going back and forth, taking a few pieces at a time. Anyhow, moments after getting set up on target and everything aligned and tuned the seeing conditions went to pot; almost literally it was like looking at the bottom of a swimming pool after only a few moments of relative calm. Thankfully I'd just managed to capture this image of a nice filaprom before the scope became useless under the conditions.

150mm/DS Lunt 35 with a 2.5x Powermate and acA1920-155um camera. I'm sure I should have re-orientated the image, but hey.
4000 images stacked using AS!3 and deconvoluted using Imppg. Further processing in PixInsight.

Image20180611_Filaprom by Stuart Green, on Flickr

and an inverted version....

Image20180611_Filaprom_Inverted by Stuart Green, on Flickr

The limb gives away the fact that the tuning was a little bit off.

Thanks for looking.

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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

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That is a lovely prominence, Stu. I prefer the inverted version but they are both very nice. Lucky you had time to image on a work day.....

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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

Post by Montana »

:) sounds like the Sun just started passing over the neighbours barbecue :lol:
Fantastic image, you can see how the plasma is like a thin veil and see through, what a delicate structure although it is probably the size of Earth.

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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

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Looks good orientated this way Stu.


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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

Post by gabrieli »

Hi, Stu

I always prefer a "right side up" orientation to prom images, just the way I look at life. The floating impression is enhanced this way.

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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

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Many thanks for your feedback, everyone.

Certainly seemed that way, Alexandra..... :)

Stu.


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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

Post by eroel »

Stu:
Beautiful Filaprom image in both versions.
I also prefer the "right side up" orientation in prominence images.
Best regards,
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That's a lovely shot Stu!


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Re: Ha Filaprom June 11th

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Many thanks, Eric & Mark.

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