March 20, 2012 on 4:22 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Thin high clouds impacted the exposure time a little today, but still a very nice day to image the Sun.  The Prominence from the last few days is still there and looks very majestic.  Imaged a closeup with a 3x barlow.  Had to leave for an outreach event.  The 4 active regions AR1432, 33, 34 and 35 are all bunched together at the Western limb today and will rotate out of view soon.  Other than a few C-class flares yesterday and some B flares today and the prominences, not much action.

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