May 6, 2019 on 12:54 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Hazy skies this morning and some thin clouds.  However, I could make out a new area coming around the Eastern limb.  It looks like this is the old AR2739 and probably will receive a new designation today.  One might remember that AR2739 popped up five days before it turned to the far side.  Today its also the beginning of a new Carrington Rotation, so it is good to see it back again. Today full disk images as well as close ups of the region in the three wavelengths.

2019-05-06-1307_6-TR-540nmAR2740.jpg 2019-05-06-1322_1-TR-Ha-AR2740.jpg 2019-05-06-1313_8-TR-CaK-AR2740.jpg

2019-05-06-1310_2-TR-540nm-NR-AR2740.jpg 2019-05-06-1325_1-TR-Ha-AR2740-NewRegn.jpg 2019-05-06-1316_7-TR-CaK-NR-AR2740.jpg

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