Huge solar filament

On Monday morning, November 22, despite the intense heat of the austral spring (which looks like summer), the turbulence in the atmosphere was relatively low and allowed me to capture this image of the solar disk.
In addition to being able to observe two active regions that contain small sunspots, a huge filament stands out with a length of about 17 planets earth. The filaments are the same phenomenon as the solar prominences, they receive this name when they are on the solar disk. The prominences look more spectacular because they contrast with the sky.
To take this photo I used a Coronado Solarmax II 90mm aperture telescope and a ZWO 183MM camera.

Autore: Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau (sito)