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Debo

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  1. Great time lapse . What lens and camera did you use ? I hope to get a chance at imaging neowise on Friday morning and wondering which lens to use
  2. I was hoping to get an image of the AR (thru the pesky clouds) but got sidetracked by a nice prom on the other side of the Sun, by the time I got back to the AR there were more clouds and the seeing was horrid. Here are the images from the session.
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    AR2765_20200609

    I should have detailed it in the original post, sorry. Kit :- 130mm F7 refractor, Quark Chromoshere, 0.5x focal reducer, 135mm Baader D-ERF filter and ZWO ASI178MM camera. Cheers Den
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    AR2765_20200609

    Thanks Dave, I know the feeling (ever hopeful).
  5. Managed to get an hour of early sun this morning, although there were hazy high clouds (very annoying) I got my first peek at AR2765. Here's an image:-
  6. Excellent result, especially considering the awful conditions
  7. It was a horrid day for me too.
  8. Just noticed that in white light there are now two additional small associated spots, seems to be growing nicely.
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