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Easter Sun NE quadrant

Easter Sun NE quadrant

Postby dekell » Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:50 pm

Easter Sunday April 4th 2010 - 13:10 UT
PST 40 / 8mm TVP eyepiece
Conte and pencil on black paper
Sketch rotated

I was interested in the sickle shaped filament on the NE quadrant of the solar disc. It pointed to another arcing filament with a delta shaped origin. This huge filament was bursting over the suns limb transposing into a waltzing prominence of many Earth lenghts against the blackness of space.

Active Region 1057 seemed to have a small bright flare which appeared to be cupped by a C shaped filament. Between 1057 and the waltzing prom another large filament heaved itself toward the solar corona.


Deirdre Kelleghan

Vice Char IFAS
Outreach IFAS
National Coordinator Astronomers Without Borders Ireland
http://www.deirdrekelleghan.com/

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