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    Brilliant stuff. Hard to imagine that what looks like a tiny little bit of flair is actually as big as the earth
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    Just awesome! Great work Chris:p015:










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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 51159
    Thank you so much for sharing the photos. It's almost as if you can see the upper portion of the arc.

    How do you know where to look to see these sorts of events? Experience, luck, charts?

    There is always something going on on the sun, Ilve my solar scope - it is a complete pain to image through though - not least of which is trying to focus on a laptop screen in broad day light. Still muc to learn about this arm of astronomy I have

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