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Kitsunegari

11-23-2020 Calcium Limb surge + ar2786 + ar2785

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updated to 85 frames,  more frames still prcocessing.

 

20 minutes of time represented here.

127mm x 1200mm + meade 2x shorty.

 

 

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Amazing! I have really enjoyed seeing so many solar images lately. 

I cant wait till it really gets active!

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