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Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Astronomy Registax Spot on the Sun filmed without telescope

A new active region (AR11476) appeared in early May 2012. This produced CME (coronal mass ejection) and on May, 5 it began to release small eruptions M-Class, and a lot of C-Class. Between 5 and May 6, it produced four solar eruptions M1.

 AR11476 spot the Sun, can be seen without a telescope, only with an optical camera that zooms more. The solar flare reached 5.7 M Class, at 4:18 UTC on May 10, 2012. It is easily visible with the naked eye, with a solar filter. It will be interesting to study the morphology of the spots in the coming days, for those who pursue it consistently.

Astronomy without telescope
Video: Gabriel Chiveri
Optical: 30x optical zoom SonyCX130 the
Mount: tripod
Filter: Yes, solar
Date: 12/05/2012
Location: Baia Mare, Romania
Edit: Photo above: Registax 5, Photo below: Registax 6 (of 101 frames)

Below is the video from wich I processed the images.


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