March 22, 2019 on 10:04 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear Skies with average seeing.  AR2736 has been pretty busy and has evolved to a Dki area.  Since it popped up it has produced 11 B-class flares and 11 C-class flares so far of which the highest, a C5.6,  was observed yesterday. AR2735 has decayed and is now a plage.  Total coverage of AR2736 is 210 millionths and 28 spots and the Wolf number is 38.  Today full disk images and close ups of the active region.

2019-03-22-1309_5-TR-540nm-AR2735-36.jpg 2019-03-22-1327_0-TR-Ha-AR2735-36.jpg 2019-03-22-1322_3-TR-CaK-AR2735-36.jpg

2019-03-22-1317_1-TR-540nm-AR2736.jpg 2019-03-22-1329_1-TR-Ha-AR2735-36.jpg

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