Just a joke: Of course, this is not the NGC 6990 petrel in the Cygnus constellation, although it looks quite similar to it. On the afternoon of October 11, 2023, I briefly looked up at the Sun, not because there were particularly beautiful sunspots on it. But to locate the 400mm Omegon Sharp after replacing the camera. The attached image is just one image (shot MON08) made up of 200 shots at 1/1000 second each. The bird is compensated in 5 images. With sunspots 3451 to 3464.
Data about the image
|Title||60 Marchowitzerstrasse, 87600 Kaufbeuren|
October 11, 2023, 4:50 PM CEST
|Telescope/lens||66/400mm Omegone ED APO|
|Exposure time||1.0 ms|
|Post-processing||One picture, one suit for the job|
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