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My first H-alpha image ever of the Sun, 





    
        

            Koen Dierckens

My first H-alpha image ever of the Sun

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Imaging telescope or lens:Lunt Solar Systems LS60T

Imaging camera:Philips ToUCam Pro

Guiding telescope or lens:Celestron C9.25 XLT

Software:Registax

Filter:Astronomik IR-blocking

Resolution: 1131x1128

Date:May 26, 2012

Time: 13:35

Frames: 1200

FPS: 10.00000

Focal length: 500

Seeing: 3

Transparency: 8

Locations: Vormingscentrum, Gooreind, Antwerpen, Belgium

Description

Taken during a Solar observation activity of my local club "Asterion". Lunt H-alpha telescope courtesy of Asterion Paul De Rydt.

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Koen Dierckens
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My first H-alpha image ever of the Sun, 





    
        

            Koen Dierckens