good shot, thanks for sharing and I hope to see more :smile:
what solar scope/filter system are you using ?
it's actually been a really quiet year this year
average are well down for the M7.0 to 7.9 events
so far this year there have only been 4 events...
from a PM alert to me from @StevieNZ
http://www.geonet.org.nz/earthquake/2017p708412 - felt that a few mins ago
yup well that one was central...
very cool images mate, well done :smile:
I assume from that comment, you have been getting a lot of cloudy days :frown:
was hoping you would pop into the thread. Not sure of...
we will keep it in here since the thread title accounts for it
M 7.1 - 5km ENE of Raboso, Mexico
Time: 2017-09-19 18:14:39 (UTC)
just hope we can encourage any of our resident astrophotographers to add to the thread
18 September 2017
Still just a single spot group is currently visible
plus some bright faculae near the limb in the upper right of the image...
@Tom.G gave a couple of suggestions
The obvious other choice would be a ceramic tile attached to the surface of the electro-magnet
that is laser guided, not IR heat seeking that the OP is wanting to know about :wink:
check out Berkeman's links for good info
what he said :smile:
and I am still left without an answer to my question in post #7 :rolleyes::frown:
kinda puts things into perspective, aye
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