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S@N magazine may 2014


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On page 08, there is a great picture of the moon passing front of a hydrogen alpha sun. But on the moon there is some red. Is this just an ink problem during production, or is this "real"?

Very poor image attached - take on phone in bed.

Jd

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I just can't appreciate what it is.

It can't be a solar flare / prominence as it wouldn't project as far as the moon.

Reflection? Would the moon reflect hydrogen alpha light in that fashion, and just in the one place? Seems odd.

But thanks for showing me the original.

Jd

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