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Catch The Sun’s Prominences
The Sun may or may not be waking up after a long slumber but one solar phenomenon which continues to impress, even through periods of low solar activity, are prominences. In order to see or image prominences you’ll need a hydrogen-alpha (h-alpha) fil
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Universal Time (UT) is the standard time used by astronomers around the world. British Summer Time (BST) is one hour ahead of UT These coordinates are the night sky’s equivalent of longitude and latitude, describing where an object is on the celestia
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