Astronomy Now magazine: “Drawn to the Universe” July 2012 issue, Solar Prominences

Astronomy Now magazine

“Drawn to the Universe”
July 2012 issue – Solar Prominences
Target – Sun
Media – white pastel on black paper

Jeremy Perez’s excellent article in the June 2011 issue (pages 46-47) features sketching the full solar disk on white paper with a combination of graphite and charcoal. This issue, I’ve featured a close-up sketch of a solar prominence on black paper. Drawn to the Universe – Belt of Venus

Link to observation report: 2012 05 03 – Solar h-alpha, Prominences and NOAAs 1469, 1471, 1472, 1473, 1474

If you’d like to try out Astronomy Now magazine, look for the link to the right side of the page that says “Download a free PDF version of the January 2011 issue of Astronomy Now. (20 MB file)” Astronomy Now

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~ by Erika Rix on June 22, 2012.

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