July 13, 2017 on 4:38 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies again with stable seeing.  Solar Activity goes back to Very Low with no flares in the last two days.  The pores from the last few days have grown and are named today as AR2666.  Its size is 20 millionths and has 6 spots.  AR2665 measures 540 millionths and has 17 spots but has decayed to an Ehi on the McIntosh scale.  The filaments remain very nice and the proms have become a lot smaller.  Images today again in all wavelengths .

2017-07-13-1247_2-TR-540nm-AR2665-66.jpg 2017-07-13-1254_1-TR-Ha-AR2665-66.jpg 2017-07-13-1305_2-TR-CaK-AR2665-66.jpg

2017-07-13-1249_2-TR-540nm-AR2665.jpg 2017-07-13-1256_7-TR-Ha-AR2665.jpg 2017-07-13-1305_2-TR-CaK-AR2665-66Crp.jpg

2017-07-13-1248_9-TR-540nm-AR2666.jpg 2017-07-13-1256_4-TR-Ha-AR2666.jpg 2017-07-13-1259_3-TR-Ha-SEProm.jpg

2017-07-13-1257_2-TR-Ha-SEFilam.jpg 2017-07-13-1257_4-TR-Ha-NEFilam.jpg 2017-07-13-1300_5-TR-Ha-EProm.jpg


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