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Astronomy Pictures of the Sun [Image 7]

This page contains images of the sun produced by members of the University Lowbrow Astronomers.

Sunspot Group on May 4, 2005
by Mike Radwick

Sunspot Group on May 4, 2005

This photograph was taken at 5:05pm EDT on May 4, 2005 from the front yard of my home in Canton, Michigan. The Meade Lunar-Planetary-Imager (LPI) camera was used with a Meade ETX-90 telescope and a home-made filter using Baader solar film. Exposure was .044 seconds.

Camera resolution is about 1.3 arc-seconds/pixel (actual resolution lower due to atmosphere). Apart from cropping the image, no processing enhancement has been done.

WARNING: Viewing the sun without proper protective devices can result in permanent eye damage.

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