July 6, 2017 on 8:08 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

A few thin cumulus clouds with average seeing.  The spot that came around the limb yesterday has been named AR2665.  It has increased to an area of 140 millionths and has evolved into a Dao on the McIntosh scale.  Solar Activity remains Very Low with no C-class flares in the last two days.  In Ha the Sun looks great today.  The filaments visible yesterday still look beautiful and the prominences on the NW limb can still be seen,  while some small prominences at the Eastern limb can also be observed.

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2017-07-06-1306_1-TR-Ha-SFilam.jpg 2017-07-06-1306_9-TR-Ha-Flaring.jpg 2017-07-06-1304_8-TR-Ha-NWFilam.jpg

2017-07-06-1307_8-TR-Ha-NWProms.jpg 2017-07-06-1309_2-TR-Ha-NEProm.jpg 2017-07-06-1309_8-TR-Ha-EProm.jpg


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