AR1476 is a prominent sunspot group that looks great in white light and through a Hydrogen alpha filter. I used two different telescopes to make a movie that shows both views of this region. The 70mm Pronto has become a dedicated solar scope with a Coronado 60mm SolarMax in front of the objective. The TV101 uses a Lunt solar wedge to provide white-light views. I imaged the region in H-alpha at 11:08 this morning, and changed out scopes to image it in white light 18 minutes later. The resulting animated GIF might take a little while to load. http://www.pbase.com/polakis/image/143262478 It's interesting to see how some of the fainter photosphere details such as sunspot penumbras are wiped out by the chromosphere, and how filaments disappear in the white-light view. Tom -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.