A solar prominence animation in Hydrogen Alpha (with the Earth shown approximately to scale). This is my first attempt, as a bit challenging to create as there were a lot of high clouds drifting through. This has created some long gaps between frames and a few odd artefacts around the prominences and disk where I had to try to get an even sky background. Nonetheless you can clearly see the rotation of the solar disk and rapid changes in the prominences over a period of about two hours and forty minutes.
Scope: Lunt LS60THa/B1200CPT, Meade 2x Barlow
Camera: ZWO ASI174MM, FireCapture
Mount: Sky-Watcher NEQ6, EQMod
Processing: AutoStakkert! 2, IMPPG, PixInsight 1.8, Gimp 2.8
Date: 3rd April 2016
Frames: Best 10% of 1,000 Frames, 2 minute intervals