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michael.h.f.wilkinson

July 9th 64-pane solar mosaic

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On 2017-7-20 at 13:20, michael.h.f.wilkinson said:

This one came out rather well, with both AR2665 and a huge hedgerow making quite a spectacle.

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Indeed it has Michael, splendid view. But for the record, can you say what you used to get it please? Solar scope or conventional, single or double stacked, aperture, quark??

Ian

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15 minutes ago, The Admiral said:

Indeed it has Michael, splendid view. But for the record, can you say what you used to get it please? Solar scope or conventional, single or double stacked, aperture, quark??

Ian

This was my usual H-alpha set-up: my APM 80 mm F/6 stopped down to 75 mm with the Beloptik tri-band ERF, using a Baader TZ-4 tele-centric, a Solar Spectrum 0.3 Å H-alpha filter, and an ASI178MM camera.

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outstanding mate, I can feel the heat from here. well done. charl.

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