International Space Station Solar Transit And Sunspot
Taken by Quentin De Meur on April 12, 2019 @ PĂ©ronne, France
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Date Taken: 2019:04:13 11:08:09
 
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This lunar transit has been captured on the 12th of April, from the north of France. Fortunately, a solitary sunspot (AR2738) appeared few days before, disturbing the relative calm of the actual solar activity.

This picture was taken with a tracked doublet 66ED and a ZWO ASI120MM-S camera. The color layer was obtained with a DSLR camera.
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