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Solar Imaging Session - April 21, 2017

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Solar Imaging Session - April 21, 2017

Postby jkty5597 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:13 am

Solar Imaging Session - April 21, 2017

The sky this morning is very hazy and seeing condition is fair. I initially had a hard time focusing on the Sun as all are wobbly but after an hour, the seeing stabilizes a bit for me to image AR2651 Sunspot Group flaring up as well as 3 huge prominences visible both at NE and NW limb! The NE limb has 2 huge ones. one faint and the other bright while the best of the 3 is visible in the NW limb producing a beautiful loop prominence! The sky then clouded out again only for me to recapture AR2651 Sunspot Group in white light after lunch with fair seeing condition.

Images can be viewed at http://astrophotophils.blogspot.com/201 ... -2017.html
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