AR2735 In Visible And H Alpha
Taken by Dr. J. Wayne Wooten on March 20, 2019 @ Pensacola, Florida
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While small spot AR 2735 in the center is not that active, the row of three spots to the NW of it show flaring and nice detail in visible and hydrogen alpha.
Fist shot in visible light with Eon 72, 12mm Plossl iPhone 5c, 2.5 Draco Baader filter. Second shot is close up of the new AR. Third shot is with Lunt 60 Ha, B1200 diagonal, 12mm Plossl of full disk, and last shot is close up of this new AR. AR 2735 is tiny shot near center, much less active and obvious today.
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