June 26, 2017 on 2:16 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear and stable skies this morning.  Solar activity remains Very Low with only one active region left: AR2664 and no C-class flares.  The Active Region Area has increased to 90 millionths and the number of spots to 10 and it was the location of an B1.2 flare.  Because of the conditions, I brought out the C11 for a close up of AR2664 in WL and it also shows some nice granulation. In addition, both the Eastern and the Western limb displayed some nice prominences in Ha.

2017-06-26-1245_6-TR-540nm-AR2664.jpg 2017-06-26-1253_4-TR-Ha-AR2664.jpg 2017-06-26-1308_4-TR-CaK-AR2664.jpg

2017-06-26-1248_7-TR-540nm-AR2664A.jpg 2017-06-26-1255_2-TR-Ha-AR2664.jpg 2017-06-26-1308_4-TR-CaK-AR2664Crp.jpg

2017-06-26-1302_8-TR-Ha-NEProm.jpg 2017-06-26-1326_2-TR-WLCont-AR2664.jpg 2017-06-26-1257_7-TR-Ha-WProm.jpg

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