Friday, October 16, 2009

Solar Imaging Session - October 17, 2009


The sky this morning is fare with moderate seeing. Yesterday's large eruptive prominence is still visible but is starting to arch back again to the Sun's limb . Another smaller prominence can also be seen in the next image. Overall, the activity is still quite minimal. Hoping tomorrow there will be some major large prominence that will popped out of the solar limb :) LOL

Solar Imaging Session - October 16, 2009


The sky condition this morning is good and I quickly setup the PST-HA for me to check out the Sun. Its been a while already that I was able to observe the Sun under good seeing. As I check on the limb, there was a large eruptive prominence that can be seen with several smaller prominences.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Solar Imaging Session - October 13, 2009


This morning, the sky was partly clear for me to monitor the Sun better. There were several nice eruptive prominences visible in the Sun's limb. The fair seeing unfortunately didnt last long as clouds started to covered the Sun and my last image was taken under poor seeing already but one can still see a moderate eruptive prominence though. Hoping weather will start to get better in the weeks to come so that I can start doing some deep sky imaging in the dark skies of Caliraya as well............ Miss the night sky very much already!

Solar Imaging Session - October 12, 2009


This morning, there was a small opening in the morning sky for me to try to shoot the Sun asap. Unfortunately, the clouds moves too fast for me to get a good image of the Sun n Ha light, thus I was only able to image the prominence part of the image. Nevertheless, it can be viewed below:

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Solar Imaging Session - October 1, 2009


I just got back from provincial work trip and got a small window of blue sky this morning for me to observe and mage the Sun. I can still see remnants of AR11026 and 11027 Sunspot Region about to exit the western solar limb. Seeing was a bit poor and clouds completely covered the sky after 30 minutes :(