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27 May Sun in multi-wavelengths


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A few regions of sunspots remain visible in whitelight. Remarkably, the active regions visible in CaK appear to be quite strong and coincide with several of the filaments in H-alpha on regions that appear devoid of activity in the white light view.

On this day I tried to do a comparison between the WO110 and Baader Hershel Wedge with the same wedge on a Revelation 80mm. The detail remains very sharp on the sunspot regions although a larger portion of the disk of the sun is visible through the smaller aperture. The Revelation has always been a favourite Go-To travel scope for dark skies and lunar eclipses, nice to see the same quality apparent in the solar area as well.

Thank you for looking.

Sheri

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Lovely images, Interesting to see the varying degrees of detail via the different wavelengths.

Just back from your part of the world, spent last week in Stonehaven in the hopes of catching the transit..... Well, don't need to tell you how that turned out!

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Lovely images, Interesting to see the varying degrees of detail via the different wavelengths.

Just back from your part of the world, spent last week in Stonehaven in the hopes of catching the transit..... Well, don't need to tell you how that turned out!

Went from mist to monsoon that day... Shame...

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