Finally got a break this morning in the weather for about 2 hours. Then it clouded up. But I still was able to image quickly. Yesterday I looked at the sun with my PST through some sucker holes in the clouds late in the evening but I couldn't image. I had hoped the prominence group would persist through the day to the next to be able to attempt to capture it. It did. It's still huge and lovely. I was able to capture it in high resolution with decent seeing at two angles. I imaged it maybe with 10~15 minutes between changes and noticed it changed in even that small time frame despite being so huge. Would be a great target for an animation! But the weather didn't cooperate for that.
Imaged in 540nm (white light), 393nm (calcium) and 656.28nm (hydrogen alpha) for comparison of the photosphere and chromosphere.
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/VVZakD Prominences_02_HA_Colored_06252017 by Martin Wise, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/VVZazX AR2664_WL_Colored_06252017 by Martin Wise, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/URc17q AR2664_CA_Colored_06252017 by Martin Wise, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/VVZbmB AR2664_HA_Colored_06252017 by Martin Wise, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/W562f5 SolarDisc_WLCAHA_06252017 by Martin Wise, on Flickr