MalVeauX Posted June 11, 2021 Share Posted June 11, 2021 Heya, Been a nasty few days of weather, had small holes between the clouds this morning but seeing was pretty good, so I was able to grab quick data. There's a great prominence near AR2829 as it all rounds the limb, great active area. AR2832 has some nice plage and mottling with a filament near by. Overall low activity. I missed that great eruption due to work (and weather was bad anyways). And of course I'm not in the pathway of the partial eclipse from the other day. Alas! There is good news though, if you read on SpaceWeather a little article about the Terminator Event (let's hope its true!). B&W: Colored: Seeing: Lots of clouds, had to image as a cloud left and into one entering FOV, but the seeing between the clouds was decent. Equipment: Celestron Omni XLT 120 (Synta); Air-gap of 1.94mm between the lenses; masked to 100mm F10 Lunt CaK B1200 Module + 1.62x amplifier (F16.2) + ASI290MM (Moderate resolution CaK at 0.37"/pixel) Celestron Omni XLT 120 (Synta); Air-gap of 1.94mm between the lenses; masked to 60mm F16.7 Lunt CaK B1200 Module + IMX253 sensor (CaK full disc) Baader Blue CCD-IR Block Filter + Baader ND 3.0 Filter + GSO Polarizer Filter + Altair Astro 395nm 7nm Filter + IMX253 sensor (Near UV Disc) C6R (Synta); masked to 120mm F10 Baader Red CCD-IR Block Filter (internal sub-aperture D-ERF) PST Etalon + 10mm BF + ASI290MM (Moderate resolution HA at 0.5"/pixel) Very best, 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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