Solar Prominences
Taken by James Roger Samworth on March 14, 2019 @ Nailstone, Nuneaton, UK
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Date Taken: 2019:03:14 10:41:58
 
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Only fleeting glimpses of our nearest star today, between holes in the clouds. However, the instant availability of the window-sill observatory enabled these interesting prominences to be imaged.
Lunt LS35THa + Bresser Mikrokular + X2 barlow.
Taken from indoors window-sill
Each image a stack of a 200 frame avi, processed with Registax 6 and GIMP 2.10
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