Center Disk Plage MK393
Taken by apollo lasky on March 10, 2018 @ Naperville, Illinois
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The center of the solar disk is littered with plage and faculae. This is only visible though ionized calcium emission, and not white light. MK393 solar telescope.
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I can compare my image to one taken by the SDO satellite! https://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/TRACE/images/latest_aia_1700.gif
Posted by amplelight 2018-03-09 16:29:15
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