posted on May, 14 2012 @ 01:20 PM
My hope was to have a more interesting thread for one of my first posts, but I was pretty pleased with how these photos turned out so I thought I
would share them! Also please do not stare at the sun without proper eye protection you will damage your eyes (despite what sun gazers say).
As many of you may or may not know I am an Amateur astronomer and photographer. I have made this very clear on many threads most of them in the line
of “There is something on the Sun” or “Nibiru”. Simply to state that there are many like myself, who would most likely see some sort of an
object the size of a planet entering our solar system sometimes even before a scientist would. So that “NASA” hiding something like this can be
typically be dispelled (and yet it persists…lol).
Well as not to get to far off topic I wanted to post a photo of AR1476, one of the more massive sunspots in recent years. The whole complex (series of
spots) from top to bottom is roughly larger than the diameter of Jupiter. I show this scale on the link provided below. The large black area is larger
than the Earth!
This my photograph with limited editing (mostly stacking to create a very crisp and sharp image). It was taken on 5" Celestron Nexstar5 with a Canon
Here is AR1476
Also here is a link to my Deviantart gallery with more images of the sunspot and it's scale as well as other
artwork and photographs!
Also if anyone is interested I plan to make an animated .gif of the evolution of AR1476 as well as possible post the movies I have taken of this
I hope you enjoy it!
edit on 14-5-2012 by abeverage because: (no reason given)