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ISS in front of the Sun
 

 

October 1st 2011

NOAA 11295

2011/09/14 NOAA 11294, 9 minutes after the previous image. Note the changes of the granulation 

2011/09/14 NOAA 11294 9, good seeing

2011/09/14, NOAA 11289, fair to good seeing, taken 3 minute after the previous image

2011/09/14, NOAA 11289, fair seeing. the sunspos structure is changed respect the previous day.
 

2011/09/13, NOAA 11294, a huge double sunspot.

2011/08/24 NOAA 11271 and the solar granulation
 

2011/08/21, NOAA 11271, good seeing.

 

The solar granulation in very high resolution

 

 

2011/08/13, 10:34 UT. Solar granulation near the center

 

2011/08/13, 10:32 UT. Solar granulation near the center

 

2011/08/07, 09:29 UT. NOAA 1267
 

 

2011/08/07, 09:29 UT. NOAA 1267
 

 

2011/08/07, 09:27 UT. NOAA 1267
 

Two frames animation showing changes of the granulation
 

2011/08/06, 09:25 UT. NOAA 1267
My best solar image so far

2011/08/06, 09:23 UT. NOAA 1267

 

2011/08/06, 09:33 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/06, 09:34 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/06, 10:08 UT. NOAA 1263

 

2011/08/05, 10:06 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/05, 09:59 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/04, 10:24 UT. NOAA 1263, lower resolution
 

2011/08/04, 11:09 UT.  NOAA 1261
 

2011/08/04, 11:04 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/03, 08:20 UT. NOAA 1263
 

2011/08/03, 08:16 UT. NOAA 1263, first image of my C14 with astrosolar photographic filter
 

Solar disk, white light. Achromatic refractor 15 cm f8

Solar disk, white light. Achromatic refractor 15 cm f8

Solar disk, white light. Achromatic refractor 15 cm f8

Partial H-alpha mosaic of the cromosphere. Some prominences visible at the edge
 

 

The Sun at Calcium line shows some large scale granulation

 

The facolae at UV wavelength

The solar disk at UV wavelength (false color)

Some shots of 2005 annular solar eclipse
 

High resolution of a large sunspot

Two sunspots and the solar granulation. Good seeing
 

Thirs contact of 2004 Venus transit. Good seeing

First and second contact of 204 Venus transit in H-alpha light. Note the prominence on the left, rapidly dissoved within few minutes

A small prominence in H-alpha light

Big promincente in H-alpha light