Sunspot 2738 In Two Wavelengths
Taken by Maximilian Teodorescu on April 16, 2019 @ Magurele, Romania
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Date Taken: 2019:04:16 00:01:31
 
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A lovely large sunspot is evolving on the Sun these days, with currently B-class flares and a possible breakup. The views below show the spot in white light and H-alpha. Note the chromosphere in the animation as it stands above the photosphere.
The gif animation can be found here: https://maximusphotography.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/soare15apr2019.gif

Bresser 150mm achromat refractor, Quark Chromosphere for H-alpha, Lacerta Herschel prism for white light. ASI 174MM. Poor seeing as the Sun was about 35-40 degrees above horizon.
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very impressive pictures - congratulations. it shows to me that you can get super results with entry level refractors... I use a Bresser R102 achromat.
Posted by JKetterer 2019-04-16 03:08:31
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