Solar Telescope and Observatory
Trevecca's solar telescope is capable of generating detailed images of solar activity.  Combined with specialized light filters, a camera acquires a series of  images from the telescope.  Image processing software then combines these images to reduce distortions caused by Earth's atmosphere.
The observatory on top of the Greathouse Science building provides an ideal location for solar observation.
A large solar prominence is seen in this image.  The Earth and Moon are superimposed to show the scale.
Image of the sun showing sunspots and other surface activity.
Another image aquired by Trevecca's solar telescope
A solar eclipse
An image sequence showing the transit of Venus in front of the sun.
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