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Ewan

Quark Chromosphere 12-05-2019 AR2741

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Not many chances of Solar Imaging this year so far but caught this one.
AR2741 from the 12th late afternoon

AZEQ6-GT
152mm Technosky Refractor @ f5.9
135mm Baader D-ERF
Daystar Quark Chromosphere + Eliminator
PG IMX174

5862 Frames, 4Ms 30 second capture @ 195Fps 1024 x 768 Mono16
Best 45% Frames stacked in AS!3, ImPPG then tweaked in PS
Atb

AR2741 False Colour.png

AR2741 Mono.png

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Good catch Ewan. Good to see you posting some images again :smiley:

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great shot Ewan, darn weather this year has been evil mate. charl.

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outstanding detail in there :) 

 

Dave

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Super spot Ewan, nearly missed this as I was away, good to see you back with a bang.

Dave

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