Sunday, 5 October 2014
CaK Full Disk 4th October
Since owning the quark I seem to have somewhat neglected CaK imaging, so on saturday afternoon I decided to get a full disk of our star in the near ultra violet with the 40mm scope at 700mm focal length with the DMK31. The proms are just about visible in this image, and when compared side by side with the Ha from the same time it is just about possible to make out the filaments. Sadly autumn seems to have arrived here in the UK, so not sure when the next time I will be able to image. I still have some images from this session to process, so should hopefully get them up later.
Posted by Mark Townley at Sunday, October 05, 2014