March 4, 2012 on 1:37 pm | In Sun, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Today the sun showed its face again.  At the last hours of CR2120 I captured my images of today.  We missed several Active Regions and today AR1423, 27, 28 and 29 were very active.  The Sun did produce two M class flares in the last two days with the last one being an M-2 this morning in AR1429.  However, this was way before I started my imaging session.

Sun-Ha-A-046-625-260-Com1 12-03-04 09-34-25InvTxt-800.jpg Sun-Ha-A-046-625-260-Com1 12-03-04 09-34-25Txt-800.jpg

Sun-Ha-B-046-526-260-Com2 12-03-04 09-42-23AInvTxt.jpg Sun-Ha-B-046-526-260-Com2 12-03-04 09-42-23ATxt.jpg

Sun-Ha-C-046-526-380-Com5 12-03-04 09-44-33InvTxt.jpg Sun-Ha-C-046-526-380-Com5 12-03-04 09-44-33Txt.jpg

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