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Tyson M

White light full disk 05/13/18

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Good day fellow SGL members,

I went out today with the AT60ED and the Star Adventurer to image the sun. Visually there was no spots or faculae that I could see. I thought I saw one or two ultra tiny spots of AR12709 with the SV80L but I didnt see them while imaging with the AT60ED. Granulation still apparent.

Best 15% of 5000 frames. FC, AS!3, ImPPG, Gimp 

 

 

 

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Thanks Pete. Not much happening in WL obviously but good to capture it nonetheless.

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