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AdeKing

Miserable prediction for solar observers and imagers.

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Wonder if Space Weather forecasters are any better than terrestrial weather forecasters.

Dave

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what do thay know eh😀, tomorrow hasnt been wrote yet. think + and everything will be allright honist. charl.

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Need to make the most of the latest activity then don't we 🙂

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WIth the 60 you should almost always find something on the limb.  I have been using my Quark, have the LS80 in the den waiting for warmer weather but there is usually something

 

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Couldn’t agree more. There is always something happening. The 60mm will pick out stuff that just won’t be visible in 40/50 mm scopes.

I have observed a blank limb with my PST in 40mm guise, then tried it at 100mm only to find a forest of delicate proms.

The only thing in the Astro world that cant be cured by a bigger scope, is a bad back!

Paul

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Forgot to say. Great shot Jeff. Loads of detail!

Paul

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<Sniff> Just when I thought I was getting the hang of this solar "thingy." :crybaby2:

Mind you, I will save a fortune on sun block! :blush:

The neighbours already think I'm an Australian cricketer.  😱

Just better looking. 😎

[Upwards^]   🙄

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