Partial solar eclipse, October 3

The solar telescope of the SIDC caught the moon in front of the Sun. The result in visible light and in the H-alpha wavelength is shown below.



The left/top image is taken with a H-alpha filter, while the picture at the right/bottom is the Sun as we see it, in visible light. Once the full sequence with correct centering is available, it will be put on these pages. The centering-program is at the moment confused as a large surface of the solar disk is darkened and the Sun seems to be not round anymore.



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