March 5, 2019 on 1:47 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies but cold.  The small area in the NE quadrant from yesterday has continued to evolve and shows some B class spots but no penumbra.  If confirmed by SWPC this would bring the current spotless streak with 33 days to an end.  We still do see the three reverse polarized areas we showed yesterday, but the positive polarization of the NE area has not turned to leading yet. So even if the spotless streak ends, its an interesting Sun.  Today’s images in the three wavelengths as well as close ups of the mentioned areas in WL and Ha.

2019-03-05-1447_9-TR-540nm-NN-AR.jpg 2019-03-05-1507_8-TR-Ha-NN-AR.jpg 2019-03-05-1502_8-TR-CaK-NN-AR.jpg

2019-03-05-1510_6-TR-Ha-NN-AR-RevPolar.jpg 2019-03-05-1450_8-TR-540nm-NN-RevPolar.jpg 2019-03-05-1509_7-TR-Ha-RevPolar.jpg

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