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Earths Star Images
Our Sun is a normal main-sequence G2 star, one of more than 100 billion stars in our galaxy. diameter: 1,390,000 km. mass: 1.989e30 kg temperature: 5800 K (surface) 15,600,000 K (core)

Sun 1.

Date and Time:
09-12-05
Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcapp / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


Sun 2.

Date and Time:

Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron first scope eq Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


Sun 3.

Date and Time:
09-08-2005
Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


sun 4.

Date and Time:
1-9-2005 1008 UT
Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


Sun 5.

Date and Time:

Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


Sun 6.

Date and Time:

Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas


Sun 7.

Date and Time:
04-08-2005
Camera:
Celestron Neximage CCD
Telescope:
Celestron firstscope eq/2 x barlow
Capture Software:
Amcap / gain=0 Shutter=1/30 1 avi @ 12 FPS
Processing Software:
Registax / Photoshop
Location:
Burleson ,Texas

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