June 15, 2017 on 4:27 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with good seeing.  Solar Activity remains Very Low with no flares in the last two days.  AR2662 is smaller today at 160 millionths and still one spot, however a new area has popped up near the meridian which is not named yet.  The large prominence from the last two days is now visible as a filament just off the left limb. The 2 filaments of the previous days are deteriorating and barely visible at this time.  Full disk images today and close ups of the regions.

2017-06-15-1322_1-TR-540nm-AR2662.jpg 2017-06-15-1328_4-TR-Ha-AR2662.jpg 2017-06-15-1339_2-TR-CaK-AR2662.jpg

2017-06-15-1324_9-TR-540nm-AR2662.jpg 2017-06-15-1330_8-TR-Ha-AR2662.jpg 2017-06-15-1339_2-TR-CaK-AR2662Crp.jpg

2017-06-15-1325_1-TR-540nm-NNRegion.jpg 2017-06-15-1331_7-TR-Ha-NNRegion.jpg 2017-06-15-1333_1-TR-Ha-SWLimb.jpg


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