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Home Forums Observing and Imaging Group AR12345 Inverted

This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Mike Meynell 2 years, 5 months ago.

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  • #11235

    Astrograph
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    While compiling a mosaic I came across what I thought was initially an uninspiring active region. Turned out to be a very tortured area which works well with inversion.

    AR12345 Inverted by Rupert Smith[/url], on Flickr

    Taken with my APM 100/800, Daystar Quark and a Point Grey Grasshopper with IMX174 chipset on 16/05/15

    #11236

    Mike Meynell
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    Extraordinary levels of detail in this image… the inversion works really well to highlight the spicules and other surface features.

    Great stuff.

    #11239

    Tej
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    I  like that inversion too!  That central region looks like a short tsunami wave about to engulf the “white” sun spot.   Rupert I wonder if you can post the normal image for comparison.

    #11246

    Astrograph
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    Thanks Tej

    Just for you

    AR12345 Normal by Rupert Smith[/url], on Flickr

     

    #11247

    Mike Meynell
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    Inverted is definitely better. It gives a more 3-dimensional quality to the image that you don’t get with the “normal” image.

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