June 17, 2017 on 11:04 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

A very early session today with clear skies and good seeing despite the low altitude.  Solar Activity remains Very Low with no flares in the last two days.  AR2662 is only 50 millionths today, while AR2663 has increased to 90 millionths.  Spot count stays at 8.  A very nice large filament has formed at the eastern half of the solar disk and the NE limb also displays a very nice prominence.  Images today again in all three wavelengths of the full solar disk as well as close ups of the regions.

2017-06-17-1256_3-TR-540nm-AR2662-63.jpg 2017-06-17-1310_9-TR-Ha--AR2662-63.jpg 2017-06-17-1322_7-TR-CaK--AR2662-63.jpg

2017-06-17-1307_2-TR-540nm--AR2662.jpg 2017-06-17-1312_7-TR-Ha-AR2662.jpg 2017-06-17-1322_7-TR-CaK--AR2662.jpg

2017-06-17-1306_7-TR-540nm--AR2663.jpg 2017-06-17-1313_6-TR-Ha--AR2663.jpg 2017-06-17-1322_7-TR-CaK--AR2663.jpg

2017-06-17-1315_4-TR-Ha-Filam.jpg 2017-06-17-1317_0-TR-Ha-NEProm.jpg 2017-06-17-1319_3-TR-Ha-Filam.jpg

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