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A week in the lives of ARs 12047 and 12051.


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#1 steveward53

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 07:37 AM

Looks like New Zealand rising from the depths ...  B)

 

07:00 26/4 - 07:00 3/5.

 


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Mak180Pro , 200PDS , ED80 Pro , ST120 , ETX105.

HEQ5ProSynscan , EQ3-2.

Canon EOS1000D(unmodded) , SPC900NC.Std , SPC900NC Mono-chipped.

SW Synguider thru Mercury 705 , "Scopium" Herschel Wedge.

13'-6" pier for Solar..... 


#2 woolbrig

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 01:11 PM

That's very cool!  Is that your daily shots animated?


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Scopes: Celestron C9.25/Hyperstar, SkyWatcher 80ED Pro, WO Star-71 II Mounts: CGEM (Hypertuned), CG5  Guiding: Orion SSAG/ST80/Mini 50, OAG  Cameras: ASI120MC, ASI174MM, ASI224MC, Canon T3i (Baader Mod), QHY10, QHY23

 


#3 steveward53

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 04:47 PM

I wish ...  :D

 

Movie of NASA/SDO data made with JHelioviewer ... 500 frames , one every 20 minutes over 7 days.


Steve.

Mak180Pro , 200PDS , ED80 Pro , ST120 , ETX105.

HEQ5ProSynscan , EQ3-2.

Canon EOS1000D(unmodded) , SPC900NC.Std , SPC900NC Mono-chipped.

SW Synguider thru Mercury 705 , "Scopium" Herschel Wedge.

13'-6" pier for Solar..... 





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