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ALP MONTHLY MEETING REPORT
by James Kevin Ty
The ALP had their monthly meeting last June 10th at the
Manila Planetarium. ALPers who were present at the meeting were James Kevin Ty, Bel
Pabunan, Nel Lagda, Maximo Sacro Jr. , Theodore Gutierrez, Sheri Mae Domingo
and Nathaniel Custodio.
The meeting started at around 3:30pm with the usual H-Alpha solar observation with a Coronado PST telescope mounted on a sturdy tripod. The group was able to see a numerous prominence around the Sun's disk as well as bright flare surrounding the AR960 sunspot group. Although the weather was really hot that afternoon, the group still had a great time watching the prominences.
Then, they proceeded to the auditorium where ALP president James Kevin Ty gave a short but interesting lecture on observing the Sun safely. He also discuss the different types of solar observations that can be observe which are the white light, H-Alpha as well as Calcium-K line as well as different type of solar observation techniques. He also tackle on what features that are visible in each type of wavelength.
Afterwards, ALP president James Kevin Ty invited the members to join the June 16th stargazing session at PAGASA Observatory in UP-Diliman in case the weather is ok. At around 6:00pm, the meeting was adjourned.
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