Tracking the "Wow" Sunspot

on Saturday, October 23, 2021
After 13 days, a long and eventful journey of the Active Region came to an end for us. The sunspot AR 2882 generated some solar flares during this journey. Interestingly, it also made a "Wow" face (or winking) appearence from 9th to 12th October.

The images were captured over 13 days, from 4th October to 16th October 2021 with a white-light solar filter.

Gear: Nikon D5600, Sigma 150-600c, Thousand Oaks Solar filter

Post-processing: PIPP, Photoshop, Adobe Camera Raw

Date of Imaging: 4th October to 16th October, 2021 (13 days)

Exif: f/6.3, 1/200-1/400 (varied), ISO 100, 600mm

Location: Kolkata, India
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