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Mid Eclipse with Giant Sunspot

Pauline Acalin

January 12, 2015

Mid Eclipse with Giant Sunspot

It was incredible to view the movement of the giant sunspot over the course of the week, as well. This was my first attempt with a solar photo. Daytime astronomy! Canon 50D, ISO100, 1/320sec Telescope used : 8" Meade Schmidt-Cassegrain

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A.E.C.: 08/31/2016 12:33 CDT

How do sunspots become so big?

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