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  1. No Rob.. unfortunately they aren't Simply to much radiation entering the upper atmosphere...this has the effect of dimming and fragmenting the clouds It`s really just the Sun going through its natural 11 year solar cycle Spotless Days Current Stretch: 0 days 2021 total: 46 days (28%) 2020 total: 208 days (57%) 2019 total: 281 days (77%) 2018 total: 221 days (61%) 2017 total: 104 days (28%) 2016 total: 32 days (9%) 2015 total: 0 days (0%) 2014 total: 1 day (<1%) 2013 total: 0 days (0%) 2012 total: 0 days (0%) 2011 total: 2 days (<1%) 2010 total: 51
  2. Short time-lapse from this Morning 13-06-21 red towers1.wmv
  3. A good night Rob .. long lasting display will be interesting to see how this represents itself on the AIM image when released. The light pollution filter seems to work well...stars are clearer and it cuts out that beigey brown background just finding the sweet spot
  4. Interesting 1st half......I cor wait for the 2nd to start quite impressed by the light pollution filter
  5. Big but faint display right across the N from NNW to NNE 6-8° Running a timelapse atm....but have started my steam up
  6. Love to see any of your captures if you succeed tonight🙂
  7. Can confirm very weak NLC`s to NNE...not visible with my eyes but as Rob mentioned being picked up by camera
  8. Lovely and clear it seems like the HP is condensing the smut level just checked with a tungsten shot nowt yet....worth being up for Nautical twilight from 2.30 ish
  9. Crystal clear down to low altitude.. Moon and Venus anyway,,, awaiting NLC`s
  10. Lovely clear night ahead....a chance to test a light pollution filter and maybe a chance to see some of the flotsam Nlc`s which are floating around the lower latitudes good luck all
  11. 2021 June partial eclipse ....All that could be seen for the 2 hour event...as seen from Romsey Cricket Club Halesowen Pesky clouds😕 output4.mp4
  12. Birmingham ; Managed to find a break in the clouds long enough to fit a filter
  13. Manage to catch a hole in the clouds 22.00-22.20 to the North but high....30° altitude
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