Loop Prominence

On the morning of this Tuesday, September 13, despite the poor seeing, I decided to photograph the sunspot AR3098 in high resolution. While I was trying to find moments of more stability in the atmosphere, to my surprise, I managed to capture a beautiful loop-shaped prominence, which emerged from sunspot AR3101 at 14:00 (UT) and lasted only a few minutes.
To take this picture I used a Sky Watcher Evostar 150ED telescope, a Baader energy rejection filter, a Quark Chromosphere filter, and a Player One Apollo-M Max camera.

Autore: Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau (sito)