Sorry for the lack of updates - I have been away on vacation and tending to other tasks lately. I'll be updating again shortly. - Chris
Harald contributed a new filament image mosaic below:
Michael Buxton managed to get some cool video of this amazing filament:
Raymond posted a full disc illustrating the scale of this filament:
Alan C. had a nice image of the filament from 8-4.
Giovanni Gabrieli also had some great images on his site:
Andy Devey captured some great video of the progression as well.
Raymond Lalonde posted a cool negative full disc image showing some great details
Giant Filament that looks like a snake, not so good seeing today."
Bart Declercq Posted some Hi-res Sunspot images:
Harald Paleske has some more outstanding images, this time of a filament he called "Mouth of hell".
CN Member AstroPaolo posted some Hi-Res Mosaic's:
Harald posted this image he calls "The mouth of hell".. Quite fitting given his description..
"The conditions was very poor, but the objects was very interesting. Like a fire tongue the gas from the open chromosphere climbs up.
It looks in such a way as if the devil sticked out his tongue short from the hell."
Even in bad seeing - Forum member jpb30 posted some great images of an Ellerman Bomb in his latest images
Wes went about using some different methods in his workflow to produce the jaw dropping image. Make sure to click through to the full size version...
A few folks noticed a large prominence rapidly lifting off the surface, Andy was lucky enough to capture it below:
Dmitri made excellent use of good seeing conditions to grab some incredible white light detail mages. He writes:
"It was the best daytime seeing I had in this summer season. Fresh air from the necessary direction moved hot air from the roof away from the scope so I could use Barlow 1.4x
Resulting scale is 0.26"/pixel."
Click the image above to go to the thread on CN and see his other images.