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The sun through haze as seen yesterday

The sun through haze as seen yesterday

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It was hazy yesterday, and at the evening, the sun dimmed so much, that it wasn't glare, and it was possible to see it smoothly and clear.
There is no any sunspot on the sun, and it seems that the sun entered a long solar minimum, as it looks like this several years now.

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Album name:dor123 / Off-topic pictures
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Date added:Mar 28, 2020
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Date Time:2020:03:27 17:58:08
DateTime Original:2020:03:27 17:58:08
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Mar 30, 2020 at 01:34 PM Author: merc
Interesting pic! It sort of looks like a diffused fixture on a grey ceiling.
Btw. I'm not sure if your gear is enough for photographing sun spots. Craters on the Moon - ok, but not sure about the bright Sun.

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Apr 06, 2020 at 02:14 PM Author: LAllenLighting
I thought it was a ping pong ball at first!
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