Already over a month ago we could enjoy the Mercury transit over the Sun. Yesterday I looked into the SDO satellite data archive to look at some images of the transit (which are great) and decided to use one of the images which was taken almost at the same time as my own image of …
The sun as imaged in H-alpha on 08/09/2014. Telescope: TMB-92SS Camera: DMK21-618 H-alpha: Lunt LS75
Here are some images and an animation taken on the 8th of July 2013 using my Lunt-60 solar telescope and Robtics ED110 with Herschel prism or Lunt 75mm etalon. Finally here is an animation showing about 100 minutes of solar activity:
This is a H-alpha solar image taken with my ED110 with Lunt LS75 etalon and BF1200 blocking filter. Camera: DMK21
Some solar images of 28th of March 2013 made with a Lunt 75mm on an ED110.
Today I received the adapter to put my LS75 on my ED110. Here is the setup: And here is the first light taken with this setup:
Here is a nice detail of a beautiful filament that was visible today…
All images made with a Lunt 60 solar telescope. Some in double-stack mode with a Lunt LS75 etalon.