AR2339-2345

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Stuart Green

Preston, Lancashire

150mm solar telescope with hydrogen alpha solar filters and 1.8X Barlow on a Basler acA1920-155um camera. Processed using AviStack2 and PixInsight. Composite of two adjacent images stitched using ICE.

These are the stunning active regions 2339 and 2345 which are so prominent on the solar surface at this time. Close inspection reveals the complexity of the solar plasma pushed by magnetic fields around the dark cores of these giant sunspots, as revealed in hydrogen alpha light.

2015-05-13T00:00:00

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