High-resolution solar imaging for citizen science
1 Elected Fellow, Institute of Physics, Singapore
2 National Junior College, 37 Hillcrest Road, Singapore
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Published online: 21 August 2020
High-resolution solar imaging, essential for research into the Sun is usually limited to high-end expensive telescopes found in professional observatories using adaptive optics technology. However, a Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope (SCT) or a refractor telescope equipped with a narrow-band energy rejection filter and a suitable solar spectrum filter, employing appropriate data acquisition and post-processing techniques can provide an amateur astronomer a costeffective means to high-resolution solar imaging.
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