SOLAR
  Gavin James
  07808 480621
  gavin@gjmultimedia.co.uk
 
Astronomy Solar        
 

I purchased a small Lunt hydrogen alpha solar telescope in the summer of 2017 and have been amazed by the detail it gathers. The best method of imaging the Sun is with a high frame rate camera and I am slowly getting to grips with the technique since I acquired a Point Grey camera in October 2017, the quality of which is astounding. The great thing about solar imaging is that the Sun is always out - astronomy in the warm does have a certain appeal!

A Brief Guide To...
The Sun

 

2019-01-17

Full Disk

 

 

 

 

2018-07-08

Full Disk

Prominence 1 - Close Up

Prominence 2 - Close Up

Surface - Close Up

 

2018-05-07

Prominence - Close Up

Active Region 1 - Close Up

Active Region 2 - Close Up

 

 

2018-05-06

Prominence Close Up

Active Region Close Up

 

 

 

2018-05-05

Full Disk

Close Up

 

 

 

2018-04-22

Full Disk - White Light

Full Disk - Hydrogen Alpha

Close Up - White Light

Close Up - Hydrogen Alpha

 

2018-04-18

Full Disk

Close Up

Close Up - Time Lapse of Proms

 

 

2018-02-24

Full Disk

Close Up of Prominence

 

 

 

2018-02-07

Full Disk - White Light

Full Disk - Hydrogen Alpha

Close Up of AR2699

 

 

2018-01-30

Full Disk

 

 

 

 

2017-11-24

Full Disk

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

 

 

2017-11-23

Full Disk

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

Close Up 3

 

2017-11-19

Full Disk

Close Up 1

 

 

 

2017-11-17

Full Disk

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

 

 

2017-11-06

Full Disk

Close Up 1

 

 

 

2017-11-03

Full Disk

 

 

 

 

2017-10-30

Full Disk

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

 

 

2017-10-27

Full Disk

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

Close Up 3

 

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