Sunspot
Taken by Eduard Garcia Ribera on July 12, 2017 @ Ager, Catalonia, Spain
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Date Taken: 2017:07:12 23:54:01
 
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THREE WAYS TO SEE A SUNSPOT.
In the collage image (in false colour) we can see the active region AR2665, dissected in 3 filters, visible light, calcium and Hydrogen Alpha.

Details: Takahashi FS152 at F/16. Cámera Skyris 445 mono. Filters: Baader SolarSpectrum 0.5A, Lunt CaK module and Baader HerschelWedge. Processed with Registax6 and Photoshop.
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Very good work Eduard !
Congratulations for these 3 images !
Bernard.
Posted by astrofrenchy 2017-07-16 14:59:51
13 thumbs up
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