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MalVeauX

AR2729's Three Day Progression in 6562.8A

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Hello from Florida, ?

I wasn't able to image the 4th and final day as AR2729 rounded the limb due to work, but I was able to latch on for three days while it had lovely visible umbra. This is spanning December 5th, 6th and 7th. Imaged in 6562.8A wavelength.

B&W:

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Colored:

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Captured with:

Celestron 150mm F8 Refractor (CR150HD)

Daystar 150mm ERF

Daystar Quark Chromosphere

ASI174MM Camera with 2" GSO 0.5x Focal Reducer

Very best,

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The fine detail borders on the insane beautiful if that makes any sense at all.

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