Sunday, 18 June 2017

Ha Full Disk - 17th June

In the absence of an 'in one' full disk setup that i'm currently happy with it means it has been a while since I got an overview of our star at 656nm.  Saturday offered plentiful clear skies with minimal haze (this can be seen as a 'glow' around the suns limb in places) and so I took the opportunity to use the 56mm scope, double stacked quark, baader solar telecompressor (0.7x) and the PGR Chameleon 3 with 2x2 binning to get this mosaic.  It's reasonably large so is worth a double click on the image to see it in full size.