Archive for October, 2011|Monthly archive page
Finally, after a couple of years of a virtually spotless sun, we seem to be seeing some significant activity. This shot was taken in late September and closely approximates what could be seen through an eyepiece. I used what has become my standard setup for photographing eclipses – a Nikon D700, 2x teleconverter, and Borg 4″ refractor. 43 frames out of 540 were combined to produce this shot. A lot of images and processing are necessary to show what can easily be seen by the eye! Click on the image for more details.