midtskogen wrote:Great job! This is a very good match with what I saw.
I've made a 50x50 cm print of my composite photo and put it on the wall. And the protuberances came out very nicely on that print, much better than what I got on my monitor!
DoctorOfSpace wrote:A-L-E-X wrote:
They were very hard to see with the naked eye, if not impossible. Through my scope they looked closer to red.
DoctorOfSpace wrote:Source of the post They were very hard to see with the naked eye, if not impossible.
midtskogen wrote:Source of the post Really? I found them easy to see, and I didn't even wear my lenses (i only have some astigmatism, though, so perhaps I saw twice as many protuberances
Watsisname wrote:Source of the post I also have some astigmatism
midtskogen wrote:Source of the post EDIT: are prominences and protuberances used with exactly the same meaning in the English terminology, the former more common?
A-L-E-X wrote:Source of the post Actually astigmatism might HELP. Since it causes you to see double, in effect you see something twice- and it becomes easier to notice.
A-L-E-X wrote:Source of the post Mid, how do you carry such heavy lenses around? I bought a big lens and then returned it right away because it was simply too heavy- I do not do well with anything over 200mm. Rather do digiscoping with a telescope.