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Solar prominence with HA 3.5nm?


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Just pointed my 250PDS at the sun for the first time in a while. Spotted this irregular feature at the edge when adjusting the exposure which I assume might be a prominence? Taken with Skywatcher 250PDS, 1600MM and Baader 3.5nm filter. Two exposures combined. Taken at 12:28.

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The shape seems to match this one off Gong, does that look to be in the same position?

Pretty impressive, I didn’t think it was possible without an etalon.

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33 minutes ago, Stu said:

The shape seems to match this one off Gong, does that look to be in the same position?

Pretty impressive, I don’t think it was possibly without an etalon.

 

 

This is a full disk taken over an hour later, you can just (barely) make out where it is. Near a large area of faculae. Not quite sure how to image it really as its very low contrast and stacking often creates artefacts but there certainly is/was something there. I'd read that it is possible to see with an ultra narrowband HA filter but didn't expect to actually see anything. 

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I'd say it is here on your image and there shapes certain seem to match to me too.

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