September 21, 2019 on 9:28 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies again with good seeing.  Another spotless day.  Some nice proms are visible around the solar disk.  Today’s images include proms in the SE and NW.  The reverse polarized area from yesterday has developed further and is now nicely visible as a plage not only in CaK but also in Ha but not in visible light.  So another close up today of this area near the meridian.

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September 20, 2019 on 10:39 am | In Sun | Comments Off

After some cloudy days, a clear sky with good seeing.  A spotless day with some small proms around the solar disk, however, a very nice prominence can be seen at the SE link.  In addition I noticed a nice reverse polarized area at -13.3 degrees in the Southern hemisphere and a smaller one at -32.2 degrees.  Full disk images today as well as a close up of the SE prom.

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September 17, 2019 on 9:15 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Another Spotless day. Still some small proms in the NE, NW, and SE, and a filament in the SE.  In addition a faint pore was visible near the center of the Solar disk.  Otherwise, the Sun is quiet.

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September 16, 2019 on 11:02 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies this morning for Spotless day 550 since Solar max. As always, my statistics are based on SWPC’s daily GEOA reports, unless otherwise noted. Solar Activity is expected to remain Very Low for the next few days.  However the proms seen around the disk in the last few days remain.  Also a nice filament can be seen near the SE limb.

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September 13, 2019 on 9:13 am | In Sun | Comments Off

This morning a clear sky with a spotless Sun.  A number of small prominences could be observed in the NE, NW and SE limbs.  Also a few small filaments in the SW SE and NW quadrants.  Overall, a quiet solar day. Today as usual, three full disk images in the three wavelengths.

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September 11, 2019 on 9:30 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Another spotless day.  The prom in the NE has disappeared, but a few faint and small proms can be seen on the Eastern limb as well as the SW limb and a filament is visible in the NW quadrant.  A very quiet Sun. Today full disk images in the three wavelengths.

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September 10, 2019 on 10:41 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Had to image through a little haze this morning.  A spotless Sun. A few prominences still in the NE, SE and SW and a filament near the NE limb.

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September 9, 2019 on 10:06 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with great seeing.  A spotless day, but we still have the prominences at the NE and NW limbs……  A quiet Sun.

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September 8, 2019 on 9:17 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with great seeing this morning!  Another spotless Sun.  A small filament can be seen emerging in Ha at the NE limb as an extension of a small prom. Some more proms in the NE, and on the NW limb.

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September 7, 2019 on 9:38 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with good seeing.  Another spotless day.  However, some small filaments can be seen as well as a few proms at the Eastern limb. For the rest, the Sun is taking a nap.

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