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High-Resolution Solar Imaging - Citizen Science

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Hi,

I would like to share with you an article written by me on high-resolution solar imaging in different wavelengths.  Glad that the European Physics Journal (EPJ) Web of Conferences published it. You can read it at:   


https://www.epj-conferences.org/articles/epjconf/abs/2020/16/epjconf_seaan2020_01002/epjconf_seaan2020_01002.html

You can see the different layers of the Sun in high-resolution images using different setups.  
 

Best regards.

Alfred 

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A very interesting read. Love the detail in "white light" images, particularly in Penumbra. The Solar flare looked equally superb!

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