SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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Just managed to get the tail end of this event before going to work.
Lovely to watch it evolve so quickly.

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Re: SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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That looks great!


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Re: SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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Nice catch.


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Re: SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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Great catch, Richard!


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Nice animation!


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Nice catch, Richard.

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Nicely done.

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This is a big one. Well done !


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Great catch!


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Re: SUN December 8 - Filament disappearance

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Wow!! :hamster: :hamster: :hamster:

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