4 hours 22 minutes timelapse of AR13679 in H-Alpha 17th of May 2024

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4 hours 22 minutes timelapse of AR13679 in H-Alpha 17th of May 2024

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Dear friends,

Here's a time-lapse animation created from 763 recordings between 08:00 and 12:22UT on May 17th 2024. Each recording was 18 seconds long with a framerate of 126fps (2268 frames) and 2 seconds delay between each recording.

The recordings where obtained using a using a iStar Asteria TCR 204-12 R35, with an Altair Astro 115mm TRIBAND H-Alpha D-ERF, Baader 35nm H-Alpha, Baader SunDancer II 3x Telecentric System TZ-3S, DayStar Quantum 0,4å PE and Player One Apollo-M Max mounted on a Sky-Watcher AZ-EQ6 PRO and guided with Hinode SolarGuider.

The best 200 frames from each recording was stacked in AutoStakkert!4 before they were aligned and sharpened in ImPPG.

The final animation was created in PIPP at 12fps effectively compressing the 4 hours 22 minutes of duration down to just 1 minute 3 seconds.

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Re: 4 hours 22 minutes timelapse of AR13679 in H-Alpha 17th of May 2024

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Nice animation, Arne!


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Thanks Warren!


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Looks good Arne!


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Thanks Mark!


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