Venus and big prominence | Trond Hugo Hermansen

Trond Hugo Hermansen
Location of photo
Kristansand Kanonmuseum, Møvik, Kristiansand in southern part of Norway
Date/Time of photo
8. june 2004 time 05.29 utc
40 mm Coronadofilter on Helios 80 mm f/5. Camera: Nikon Coolpix 990 and WO DLC 28 ocular. Mount: Vixen GP
The second contact of Venus in the early morning of 8. june 2004. This was the first time ever than man could see the Transit of Venus in hydrogen-alfa. The Sun showed a really big prominence on the solar limb in the beginning of the event. A few minutes later we could not se the prominence any more.
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