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    Default sunspot ar2737



    Hi all I took this image of ar2737 today with my skywatcher 80ed and a 290c gpcam,I have a few dust marks on the filter and on the solar filter,so think I need to make a new one,its a shame the sun was so bright today.I thought I would share,thanks for looking.
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    Default Re: sunspot ar2737

    Nice one Andy - you have some nice granulation in that image when zoomed in.
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    Default Re: sunspot ar2737

    Nice image, I will be out viewing the spots shortly
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    Default Re: sunspot ar2737

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby76 View Post
    Nice image, I will be out viewing the spots shortly
    Hi Gabby thanks for the reply,they are a bit small on the sun,so I had a bit of trouble locating the spot.
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