March 6, 2019 on 6:11 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies, but the seeing was poor.  The not named area from yesterday has now been named as AR2734 and covers 20 millionths with 4 spots.  Two days ago its polar alignment showed indications that it would turn to reverse polarization, however it has not done so yet.  So we have a spot that is aligned 90 degrees tilted from either direction.  Maybe an in-between area? However, the two areas in the Southern hemisphere which contain no spots, and are not named, still show reverse polarization.  Full disk images today as well as close ups of AR2734 in the three wavelengths and a composite.

2019-03-06-1512_7-TR-540nm-AR2734.jpg 2019-03-06-1524_8-TR-Ha-AR2734.jpg 2019-03-06-1520_3-TR-CaK-AR2734.jpg

2019-03-06-1516_3-TR-540nm-AR2734.jpg 2019-03-06-1527_7-TR-Ha-AR2734.jpg 2019-03-06-1520_3-TR-CaK-AR2734Crp.jpg

2019-03-06-1520-TR-540nm-Ha-CaK-AR2734.jpg 2019-03-06-1528_6-TR-Ha-RevPolar.jpg

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