Prom on 15th

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Prom on 15th

Postby Jam » Fri Apr 17, 2020 9:05 am

I'm absolutely loving getting back into astrophotography! A couple of days ago I set up early to capture some photons that night, and decided I'd check out the sun. Luckily there was some activity going on!

Made a little gif to show the movement. 6 frames at 2 minute intervals:

Best 75% of 500 frames
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