Sunday, July 08, 2007

20070708 AR963

Has been raining for quite long, finally got a clear sky today. We have AR963 in the scene, it's flaring as I took the image, taken by DMK 31AF03, Borg 45ED II, SM40/BF10, with 2x barlows + extension tube for the close up. Click for full size images below.

First one is a mosaic of the solar limb, consists of 8 individual AVIs:-

Second is a full disc shot at 1452 (GMT+8):-

Third is a AR963 by 2x barlows with extension tube, don't know the exact effective focal length, but guess it's something around 700mm, taken on 1504 (GMT+8):-

Finally, a poor aligned animation of only 3 minutes duration, it shows the poor polar alignment instead of any change on the active region:-

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