All images in full resolution, rotated, cropped & normalized
All these pictures have full resolution and are rotated clockwise by 75° that sun's polar axis is roughly perpendicular to the X-axis. They are cropped to 1920x1536 pixels with sun (or moon) appearing roughly centered.
After that procedure they are normalized, i.e. darkest pixel is set to black and brightest pixel is set to white. In between these values a linear gradation applies.
In case the sun/moon is near the edge of the camera sensor, an underlying black background may be visible outside of the original frame.
Inmidst the sequence there are some pictures with a greenish hue. This artefact stems from a way too short exposure time and comes to view by the normalizing process: You'll see here the detector's quantum noise :-(
To view a GIF animation of all these pictures click HERE. It's still a not yet fully completed raw version. File size is ~37.8 MB and frame size is 960x768 pixels, i.e. 1/2 of full resolution!
All relevant data of all pictures can be spotted in THIS table.
Click to thumbnail for viewing the full resolution version! Size of one picture varies from ~0.3 MB up to >3 MB, depending on content. Frame sizes are cropped to 1920x1536 pixels.
When the full sized image is displayed You may save it to Your disk because now it's already in Your browser's local cache. For saving to disk, please follow the procedures of Your favourite browser.
Going back after viewing full resolution version is handled by browser's back button.
For viewing of downloaded files You may use any common image viewing software which can handle JPEG coded images.