Visibility III / V
Sunbathing on the wavelength of hydrogen alpha this morning. There was a thin cloud in the sky, which meant that the shutter speed had to be slightly increased compared to normal. However, Seeing was nice and calm in the morning, so the final pictures and animations turned out pretty good.
The intention was to take videos for about an hour to stack the animations, so I would record 20 seconds of data and then take a break of about 30 seconds & repeat this sequence in between, refining as needed. However, I sighed a bit in a hurry and only finally realized that I was capturing the video for 45 seconds with 30-second breaks. As a result, the laptop ran out of disk space after about 41 minutes of data collection (a 500 gigabyte disk), so things ran out of it that day.
However, I compiled these animations inverted and "normal" and colored with artistic freedom. In addition, perhaps a collection of images stacked from the best video with different processing is still the final cassette.
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En ole koskaan aiemmin nähnyt näin upeita ja hienoja kuvia auringosta
Kiitos Tarja! Tänä kesänä on saatu vermeet hyvään iskuun, joten näitä on nyt helppo kuvata ja prosessoida. Mukavaa, että jälki kelpaa muillekin :)