Streaks of superheated plasma rising across the sun's surface - as seen from Wycombe
A detailed photograph of the sun with an apparent smile captured using a telescope fitted with a special filter in High Wycombe by amateur astronomer David Tyler
A side-no view of a plasma burst - known as a prominence when viewed from the side - captured in High Wycombe
It's not bad for a pictures taken in the back garden.
The sun’s fiery surface is captured in incredible detail from 93million miles away.
The stunning shot was taken by 71-year-old Dave Tyler, a photographer and amateur astronomer.
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