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Tele Vue 3x Barlow
Two exposures, one on the surface, one on the prominence
Stacked with AutoStakkkert!3
Wavelet adjustment with Registax 6
Composite, enhancement and false color with Photoshop 2020
On Oct 26, 2021, active region AR2891 was still hiding behind the northeastern limb of the Sun, while releasing eight solar flares on that day alone. At around 03:00 UT, the active region released a M1-class flare. I was able to capture an image of the region just before it erupted. I was planning for a timelapse of the region as I noticed that it was actively changing, but unfortunately the clouds rolled in just as I started recording, and therefore missed the whole eruption.