H-alpha Sun – September 22, 2016
Today I had one of the worst solar imaging sessions: bad seeing and a few clouds forming right around the Sun.
I did however managed to get a few glimpses of the departing active region named AR2595. The region was right on the limb, so a lot of activity was observable.
First, two shots in more stable seeing conditions:
And a third image, acquired before the above shots, in poor conditions:
Also, a very nice filaprom was visible for a while, with a tall arrow-like tip: