Re: X flare images


Sep 13, 2005

 


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#3283 Sep 13, 2005

All,



I managed to catch the second of the two X flares in action earlier

today. Not my best image yet, but I did get an animation, so you can

see things evolve. They are specifically at:



www.psi.edu/~esquerdo/halpha/0509/13.html



The rest of my H-a imaging experiences (including some that have been

posted here before) are at:



www.psi.edu/~esquerdo/halpha/



Enjoy the active region before it goes away!



Clear skies,



Gil Esquerdo



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#3284 Sep 14, 2005

Hi Gil,

Great images, thanks for sharing them. Here in the UK it was close to

midnight-very frustrating. Managed to watch peak and decay of 1st

flare on live Halpha from Big Bear Solar Observatory!

John



--- In Coronado_PST@yahoogroups.com, "marshead" esquerdo@p...> wrote:

> All,

>

> I managed to catch the second of the two X flares in action earlier

> today. Not my best image yet, but I did get an animation, so you can

> see things evolve. They are specifically at:

>

> www.psi.edu/~esquerdo/halpha/0509/13.html

>

> The rest of my H-a imaging experiences (including some that have been

> posted here before) are at:

>

> www.psi.edu/~esquerdo/halpha/

>

> Enjoy the active region before it goes away!

>

> Clear skies,

>

> Gil Esquerdo


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