MalVeauX Posted March 5, 2021 Share Posted March 5, 2021 Heya, Had another clear morning with fair seeing. Seeing was around 1.2 arc-seconds to 1.5 arc-seconds for most of this, it barely supported the 120mm aperture, but I wanted to get moderate-high resolution captures of the two AR's while they were still around and active before going back to work. There's a rather large prominence off the limb near AR2806 and the opposite limb has a great eruptive surge prominence region that was pretty active all morning that is rounding the Eastern limb. Might be interesting soon. PST etalon + double stacked 1.7A 8mm blocking filter tilted in a Skybender (thanks Apollo!) and 6A 5mm blocking filter. Colored: Time Lapse Animations: There's a surge prom on the limb erupting. This is 4.5 minutes of real time it changed so fast. This animation is now on the front page of SpaceWeather for 3/5, woo! https://spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=05&month=03&year=2021 Equipment: 120mm F10 masked achromatic doublet refractor + Baader Red CCD IR Block Filter (50mm, internal sub-aperture D-ERF) + Single PST Etalon + 1.7A HA 8mm blocking filter tilted in a Skybender (thanks Apollo!) double stacked with 6A HA 5mm blocking filter + IMX290 mono camera 60mm F16.7 masked achromatic doublet refractor + Lunt CaK B1200 module + IMX253 mono camera Very best, 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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