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rodrigol

First Solar images - AR2192 25/10/2014

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Hi,

My first solar images of AR2192 using my127 Mak and SG5. Seeing on the 25th was quite good and I zoom into the sun quite a bit.

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Well done. a good time to start Solar imaging with the biggest spot for years.

Dave

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