EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 240, 2020The 11th Southeast Asia Astronomy Networking Meeting (SEAAN Meeting 2019)
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Closing up onto our sun: solar imaging
1 National Junior College, 37 Hillcrest Road, Singapore
2 School of Science and Technology, 1 Technology Drive, Singapore
* Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published online: 21 August 2020
Solar activity research provides insight into the Sun’s past, future (Science Daily, 2018). The solar activity includes observations of large numbers of intense sunspots, flares, and other phenomena; and demands a wide range of techniques and measurements on the observations. This research needs long term data collection before critical analyses can occur, to generate meaningful learning and knowledge. In this project, we will use solar imaging to make observations of solar activity, and take our baby steps to make contributions in citizen science. Observations will be made in 3 wavelengths to gain a more thorough analysis by looking at different perspectives of the Sun, namely H-Alpha, Calcium-K, and white light.
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