Sun in HAlpha With Lunt LS100THa Uploaded 4/3/16 Daily Report For Sunday, April 3rd 2016
 Solar activity at this time is very low for white light observers, with only one tiny sunspot. However in the light of Hydrogen Alpha, we have much more detail to see, and today not only is that one eye like spot seen with plenty of magnetic details around it, two huge proms are on the suns limb! Here is the photo pictorial.
Images below are 1290 wide and non clickable


Lets start with the full disk we can see the single sunspot and a few dark filaments.

The full disk limb exposure shows the awesome proms!

Now for the 3x close ups of disk features:



And the 3x on the proms:



Instruments: Lunt LS100THa Halpha Platform: Astrophysics 1200 Camera: DMK 51 Location: Payson, Arizona Elevation: 5150 ft. Sky: Seeing 7/10, Transparency 9/10 Outside Temperature: 45F Processing: Registax 6, Photoshop CS2 Solar Home Page HOME SCHMIDT GALAXIES EMISSION NEBS REFLECTION NEBS COMETS GLOBULARS OPEN CLUST PLANETARIES LINKS