Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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Dear friends,

FD images of the Sun in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum from May 18th 2024.

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FD image in H-Alpha using a Coronado 60mm/BF15 w/Beloptik ITF, stopped down to 50mm, Baader 35nm H-Alpha and ASI 178mm mounted on a SkyWatcher SolarQuest.
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FD image in CaK using a FLO StellaMira 80mm ED f/10, stopped down to 60mm, Lunt CaK 1200 module and ASI 183mm camera mounted on a SkyWatcher SolarQuest.
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FD image in Continuum using a FLO StellaMira 80mm ED f/10, Baader Cool-Ceramic Safety Herschel Prism Photographic 2", Baader ND OD 1.8, Baader 2" Continuum 7,5nm and ASI 183mm camera mounted on a SkyWatcher SolarQuest.
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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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You caught these well, thanks Arne!


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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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wooaw!! really beautifull!!!


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A splendid set, Arne !

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Beautifully detailed captures !


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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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Great looking disks Arne!


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Absolutely lovely Arne, great to see all the comparisons :bow :hamster:

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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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Superb FD, Arne.
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Re: Sun FD in H-Alpha, CaK and Continuum May 18th 2024

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Thank you very much everyone!


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