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Home Forums Observing and Imaging Group Solar Mosaic including AR2192 Sun Spot

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  • #9412
    Astrograph
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    I finally got round to processing a mosaic I took of the big spot. Unfortunately my plans for a grand full disc were scuppered by not overlapping properly, so big holes appeared. Schoolboy error. Bugger!

    The 20 panels that were usable show the two very large filaments that were hanging around at the same time. The image was taken in fairly patchy cloud and needed a lot of level balancing. Notice how the resolution drops in parts of the image where seeing has been affected.

    AR2192 Mosaic by astrograph ltd[/url], on Flickr

    #9417
    Tej
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    The features on that “jagged slice” mosaic are still a great sight though. A full disc I imagine would have looked absolutely amazing. I hope you get time to make another attempt, I know a lot of time has to be put into it!

    #9418
    Mike Meynell
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    Wow, that is stunning. Really well done, Rupert!

    The sunspot looks superb, but I’m really impressed by those wonderful filaments. The one on the left has a real three-dimensional quality to it. Great stuff.

    #9422
    Brian Blake
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    Rupert Just brilliant.

    #9431
    Andy Sawers
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    First new photo for the December Flamsteed video, Rupert!!!

    #9432
    Christina Chester
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    Amazing and beautiful even at 20 panes!

    #9433
    Astrograph
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    Thank you all!

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