NW solar prominence | D. Krupski, G. Harmon, J. Stetson

D. Krupski, G. Harmon, J. Stetson
Location of photo
South Portland, Maine
Date/Time of photo
Marhch 16th and 17th, 2010
90mm h-alpha solar filter, webcam, Registax, and Photoshop
Twenty earths, end-to-end, could fit along the lenght of this prominence. The images, taken on consecutive days, show some of the changes that occur from day-to-day in the suns's chromosphere. Two of my students took part in the observing/imaging/processing of these images. Hooray for what appears to be the end (last Dec.?) of solar minimum.
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