THE SOLAR DISK IN H-ALPHA LIGHT : see also time-lapse animations
- 2014 Video Star Party (July 31-August 3), Johnstown, Ontario, Canada : the following solar images were focused using a MallinCam Digital View Finder - which allows more precise focusing than generally achievable using a laptop or monitor screen in sunlight ...
SSIm on Coronado SM II 90 @ f/8.8 3 stacks of 6 x 1ms frames, August 1st, 2014 ...
- This sequence spans ~6 hours and clearly shows the inflation and collapse of a major plage complex that appears to correlate with a major chromospheric excursion recorded that day
SSIm on Coronado SM II 90 @ f/8.8 : 2 stacks of 6 x 1ms frames, August 1st, 2014 ...
- looking into the depths of the chromosphere : sunspots, plages, filaments, swirly (distorted) and undisturbed mega-granulation
2015 Video Star Party (July 11th), Johnstown, Ontario, Canada - active spiral magnetic field around a well defined sunspot.
SSIm on Coronado SM II 90 @ f/8.8
- a series of single 10ms frames, August 1st, 2014 ... evolution of a small, but complex prominence over a ~6 hour period
SOLAR PROMINENCES IN H-ALPHA LIGHT
SSIm on 6" SCT @ f/10 : single 20ms frame, April 6th 2014 ... H-Alpha using 1000 Oaks system
- "Cathedral Arch" prominence in upper chromosphere