If you visit the spaceweather.com website you can see all those beautiful images at:
As to this image that I’ve just posted onto my blog…I don’t know why I went out again in this heat wave to take another blank image of the Sun, but I just wanted to get one more image of its smooth unblemished surface before a sunspot marked its surface.
I took this image at 4pm yesterday afternoon while it was still 35 degrees Celsius here on the east coast of Australia with 100% humidity…. once I took the images I ran and jumped into our swimming pool to cool off…it was So HOT!!!
Images taken with a 127mm refractor telescope with a glass solar filter attached and a Canon 700D camera. There were 10 images stacked in Registak, exposures were 1/1000th second and ISO100.