Visibility IV / V
Partial eclipse photographed in Espoo. The vibration of the atmosphere was quite intense in the afternoon, so the quality of the images is not quite what it could have been in the event of an eclipse, for example in the morning. I photographed the hydrogen alpha first from the courtyard of the apartment building (Figures 1, 2, 4, and 5) and then quickly afterwards in white light (Fig. 3).
A few different treatments are shown in the pictures. There was a bit of artifact left on the moon disk, but you have to watch if you could handle these files on a rainy day.
AR2829 and AR2832 as active regions in the disk.
Update 6/13/2021: Changed Figures 1 and 2 to slightly better processed versions where the "glow" outside the solar disk is set to be slightly more moderate. An added animation has been added, but the quality without the tracking stand is not quite diamond right now. However, it shows the development of minds everywhere.