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    Default A quiet sun today (7th)



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    Default Re: A quiet sun today (7th)

    It has been sunspot free for much to long
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    Default Re: A quiet sun today (7th)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby76 View Post
    It has been sunspot free for much to long
    Yes, I totally agree and haven't done any white light shots for ages.
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    Default Re: A quiet sun today (7th)

    That's nice detail for an afocal shot. Thanks for the share.

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