Solar Flare From AR2265!!!
Taken by Noeleen Lowndes on July 14, 2017 @ Gold Coast QLD Australia
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Date Taken: 2017:07:14 13:18:46
 
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I was just taking some images of the Sun through the Lunt solar telescopes when all of a sudden sunspot AR2265 just exploded with a solar flare, there was also another small area near the solar limb that also began to flare…. it was so exciting, I nearly dropped my camera trying to capture the images :-)

Event happened: Time AEST 11.40am to 12 O’clock or UT +10hours

Images taken with a 80mm Lunt solar telescope and a ZWO ASI120MC-S at prime focus, AVI video file imported into RegiStax6 for stacking and processed in PS CS4.
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Oops, you all know that its AR2665, I was very excited at the time of writing, Noeleen :-)
Posted by noeleen22 2017-07-13 22:51:26
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