Monday, October 26, 2009

20091026 Sun

Very poor transparency today at 2/10, seeing 3/10. AR1029 can be seen in white light! Therefore, I pulled out my simple white light setup to have a shot first:

1525 (GMT+8), manual focus by looking into the view finder:-


1526 (GMT+8), autofocus by Live View contrast detection:-


My simple (lazy) white light setup consists of a Thousand Oaks Type 2+ Glass, Canon 450D with Canon 100-400mm at 400mm with Kenko 2x, handheld, spot metering.

And then I setup my H-alpha gear and it's definitely far more interesting. Again, taken with my Tele Vue Ranger with NGF-CM, Solarmax 40 with BF10, and DMK 31AF03. The full disc was taken with a reducer at the nosepiece of the BF10 and then the close up was taken with a Tele Vue 2x barlows:-

1547 (GMT+8):-


1548 (GMT+8):-


1553 (GMT+8), close up with 2x:-

3 comments:

Willis Chan said...

Where did the name AR1026 come from? Thanks!

Oldfield said...

Sorry, this one should be AR1029 instead of 1026.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will assign the number, basically consecutively.

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