November 13, 2019 on 5:52 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with poor seeing today.  A new active area has come around the Eastern limb in the Southern hemisphere which is visible in all three full disk images.  The region was named in SWPC’s midday report as AR2752. The area also seems to be reverse polarized. In addition to his area we see a very small reverse polarized area in the NW quadrant.  A few prominences in the  SE and NW sum up todays activity.  Full disk images today as well as close ups of the new region in CaK.

2019-11-13-1442_5-TR-540nm-AR2752.jpg 2019-11-13-1450_8-TR-Ha-AR2752.jpg 2019-11-13-1444_9-TR-CaK-AR2752.jpg


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