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Merlin66

Solar Activity 1st April 2020

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New AR 2759 in CaK, H alpha ( Double stack and single stack) and White light.

The bright proms made good targets....need to improve the processing skill's to combine prom images....

 

 

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Excellent shots again Ken. Going to try to have a quick look before work this morning if it has cleared the roof tops in time!

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Wonderful stuff!

Hoping against the odds for a gap in the clouds ;)

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Awesome. Weather is poor here, looks like I won't get a look-in until the weekend at the earliest :mad2:

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well done mate, lovely images as allways. yea british weather is poor and when we get a bit of clear the seeing dismal. charl.

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Excellent images Ken. Your vast experience shows in their sheer quality. :thumbsup:

Do you deliberately correct the solar disk orientation for [more populous] Northern Hemisphere viewers? 

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Thanks!

I try to orientate the full disk and detail to give north to the top, so we can apply the solar grid to show/ determine the solar latitude of spots and other detail.

Ken

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2 hours ago, Merlin66 said:

Thanks!

I try to orientate the full disk and detail to give north to the top, so we can apply the solar grid to show/ determine the solar latitude of spots and other detail.

Ken

Thanks Ken. :thumbsup:

That raises some more questions:

How does one lay that grid over the sun's image?

By adding a layer during image processing?

Where does the grid come from? A solar website?

Thanks again.

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Excellent! Thanks again Ken.   :thumbsup:

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