Our Sun
Taken by Martin R Wise on April 8, 2019 @ Trenton, Florida, USA
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Date Taken: 2019:04:08 14:10:32
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Watching a new sunspot of AR2738 and some b-class flares was like watching creation. Included false color and a native B&W animation of an active flare around the sunspot!

Imaged with a C8 Edge, full aperture D-ERF, Daystar Quark Chromosphere & IMX174 sensor.
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Please click the animation image to see it (for some reason its glitching on the preview). If you click it it will load in its own window and look appropriate.

The animation is of a b-class flare that results in a tiny CME.
Posted by MalVeauX 2019-04-08 18:54:39
Killer animation, that is what solar imaging is all about!!
Posted by amplelight 2019-04-08 22:32:13
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