Lost Limbs Foundation

Monday, March 25, 2013

Closeup of the Sun.

Streaks of superheated plasma rise from the sun's surface in a stunningly detailed image captured by amateur solar-photographer Dave Tyler from his backyard in High Wycombe, UK. Tyler used a 5-inch refracting telescope equipped with a hydrogen-alpha solar filter to snap the incredible photo. Check out Mail Online for more spectacular solar images and the equipment Tyler used to take the pictures... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2297463/Its-sun-viewed-garden-High-Wycombe-Amateur-customer-captures-solar-streaks-incredible-detail.html
Streaks of superheated plasma rise from the sun's surface in a stunningly detailed image captured by amateur solar-photographer Dave Tyler from his backyard in High Wycombe, UK. Tyler used  a 5-inch refracting telescope equipped with a hydrogen-alpha solar filter to snap the incredible photo. Check out Mail Online for more spectacular solar images and the equipment Tyler used to take the pictures... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2297463/Its-sun-viewed-garden-High-Wycombe-Amateur-customer-captures-solar-streaks-incredible-detail.html