February 7, 2012 on 4:44 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

A new Carington Rotation started on the 6th, so here my first image in the new rotation.  Active regions 1410 and 13 are turning to the backside of the planet and are still crackling with C and M class flares.  Will it become quiet for a few days, or is the prominence at the eastern limb an indication for some new activity?  We’ll find out!

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