Sunspot on the Move

   The Sun is now displaying a rather large sunspot. It started appearing April 8th, and the following morning the sunspot was even more obvious. These pictures were taken with a Cannon Rebel EOS T7i with a Thousand Oaks Optical Solar Filter. This type of filter is a ‘visible light’ solar filter that makes it safe to look at, and take pictures of the Sun. In order to see flares, prominences and other features typically shown in solar images requires special filters. Among the more popular for ‘amateur use is a Hydrogen-alpha filter telescope.
    Camera settings for all pictures: 300 mm; f/32;/ ISO-6400; 1/60 sec .

   
   
   

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