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Sun with spot 2738

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4/13/2019

Telescope:  ED80
Aperture:  80 mm
Lens:  
f-Ratio:  8  Focal Length 640 mm
Filter:  Baader Solar Foil Filter
Imaging device:  ASI120MC-s
Guide Camera:  
Guide Scope:  

Mount use: ORION Atlas HDX 110 EQ-G controlled by EQASCOM, EQDIRECT
15 second Video combined and wavelets applied in Registax6.
Final adjustments done in CS4.

Many sunspots are as large as Earth!
Most spots range in size from about 1,500 km (932 miles) to around 50,000 km (31,068 miles) in diameter.
Once in a while, huge sunspots the size of Jupiter show up on the Sun's surface.

 

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