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Tyson M

August 19 Solar Activity- good seeing

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Hello fellow SGL members, hope you're all getting some sun!

I was graced with several hours of clear skies and good seeing. These images are my personal best, IMO (based on noise,presence of newtonian rings, chromosphere details,ect).

 

I also tried experimenting with a whitelight mosaic and another animation.

I am having stacking issues with my white light, but I will be getting started on my animation soon. I am excited to show you that, if it turns out.

This images are taken with the usual gear and processing. 

Thanks for looking and clear skies (especially for the eclipse).

Comments welcome

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1 hour ago, Peter Drew said:

Nice selection, the Ha closeups are particularly good.   :icon_biggrin:

Thanks Peter. Those are prime focus shots. The full disk was with the reducer. 

My to be announced animation is with a 3x Barlow. 

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Holy, I must have been half asleep while processing a couple of these.

 

This turned out really good for reprocessing: 

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