MalVeauX Posted May 20, 2021 Share Posted May 20, 2021 Heya, I nasty storm cell swept through last night, but usually I have decent seeing after storms, so I woke up and went outside to a fairly high temperature delta from night to morning with gusts of wind, but seeing turned out to be good, so I attempted some high res imaging with a 200mm and 150mm and then finished my session with a 120mm moderate resolution imaging of the AR2824 near the limb and total session time was around 40 minutes for tri-band and two image scale captures. AR2824 has a lot more going on than the previous spot that just left our view around the limb, with a great mottling area and plage and it's throwing active small flares, would be great to see some long animations as things are moving quite a bit. My weather only lasted an hour and now its cloudy and going to rain, but storms are good around here.High Res from 200mm, B&W: High Res from 150mm, B&W: High Res from 200mm, Colored: High Res from 150mm, Colored: Moderate Res from 120mm, B&W: Moderate Res from 120mm, Colored: Seeing Conditions: Equipment: Celestron C6R 150mm F8 Refractor + Sub-aperture Internal D-ERF (Baader Blue CCD-IR Block Filter) + Lunt CaK B1200 Module + 2x Telenegative Amp + ASI290MM (CaK) C8 Edge + Baader Astrosolar Film + Baader Red CCD-IR Block Filter (600~700nm) + ASI290MM (WL) C8 Edge + Full Aperture D-ERF + Baader Red CCD-IR Block Filter (2nd D-ERF) + PST Etalon + Andover 1.7A blocking filter (2x stack) + ASI290MM (HA) Celestron C6R Masked to 120mm F10 Refractor + Sub-aperture Internal D-ERF (Baader Blue CCD-IR Block Filter) + Lunt CaK B1200 Module + ASI290MM (CaK) + Sub-aperture Internal D-ERF (Baader Red CCD-IR Block Filter) + PST Etalon + Andover 1.7A blocking filter (2x stack) + ASI290MM (HA) Very best, 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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