Big prom timelapse and solar guiding

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Big prom timelapse and solar guiding

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Woohoo solar guiding has arrivied and this was my first experiment. I have so much computer automation now I just need a mini remote computer so I can image from under my shady porch!!.
This was only a hour's worth of data as I crashed the program doing stupid things. So much data from today to look over...
This large prominence on the south west limb of the sun was a very active one,
This timelapse is spend up from a hour or so of data gathering to a few seconds.
Imaged from my Ottawa backyard May 19th 2024 with a Quarks Chromosphere solar filter, the Starfield optics 102ED and the ASI 174MM Camera with solar PHD guiding. Autostakkert Imppg and Pixinsight and Premiere pro

ImageA sparky side of the sun May 19 by Andrea Girones, on Flickr


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Great animation Andrea, this indeed was a fun prom to image!


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Fantastic animation, Andrea ! Terrific detail in the large prom.

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Wow!! this is phenomenal :bow :bow :movie

The only thing I would avoid though is the reverse, after a while I couldn't work out where the flow of material was going and I got lost.

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Nice closeup!


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