Patrick Lécureuil

Soleil en Hα du 29 et 30.11

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Bonjour à tous

 

Ca fait plaisir de retrouver un Soleil un peu actif ! Du coup je me suis rendu compte que je ne l'avais pas imagé en Hα depuis 2015.

J'ai ressorti la Lunt 60 mm (BF600), l'AIS 224 + Barlow x1.5.

Les images d'hier !Mosa_Soleil_LS60_s.jpg.3b565ebdfd38d09506f3be248382c002.jpg

 

C'est bizarre ce point noir au milieu de l'ombre ?

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Et celles de ce matin 

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Patrick

 

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Cool d'avoir pu sortir ton matos, en espérant que tu y retrouves beaucoup de plaisir en observation et en imagerie.

 

Pas perdu la main en tout cas !

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