July 13, 2020 on 3:49 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Another spotless day, but some nice proms around the Sun.  I took the time to image the prom in the SE.  Other than that the Sun remains very quiet.

2020-07-13-1311_6-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-13-1315_7-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-13-1324_0-TR-CaK.jpg


July 11, 2020 on 9:01 am | In Sun | Comments Off

So now you see it ……. and now you don’t………. AR2766 is playing cat and mouse with us.  The spots in AR2766 were named on 7/5 and lasted two days when only the plage remained.  The pore I mentioned yesterday 7/10, were declared spots again later in the day.  But this morning they are gone again.  The Sun seems to have fun with us. :-)   Full disk images in the three wavelengths as well as close ups of the region.

2020-07-11-1242_1-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-11-1248_0-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-11-1253_6-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-11-1243_8-TR-540nm-Facilae.jpg 2020-07-11-1250_3-TR-Ha-faculae.jpg 2020-07-11-1255_9-TR-CaK-faculae.jpg

July 10, 2020 on 9:44 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies for a change.  The Sun is spotless today, but at the location of AR2766, a small pore could be detected in the WL images a well as in the CaK close up.  However, visually I could not see it.  In Ha and CaK the plage was very visible.  Today full disk images as well as close ups of the mentioned region.

2020-07-10-1253_8-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-10-1301_5-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-10-1306_6-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-10-1256_9-TR-540nm-Pores.jpg 2020-07-10-1303_3-TR-Ha-Plage.jpg 2020-07-10-1308_8-TR-CaK-Plage.jpg

July 5, 2020 on 12:12 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with great seeing today!  The area containing the small pore we saw yesterday has now been named AR2766, and is located just above the equator.  It measures 10 millionths and was recorded with 2 spots.  Today full disk images in the three wavelengths and close ups of AR2766 and two additional plages in the Southern hemisphere in CaK.

2020-07-05-1451_0-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-05-1458_4-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-05-1506_8-TR-CaK-AR2766.jpg

2020-07-05-1453_1-TR-540nm-AR2766.jpg 2020-07-05-1503_5-TR-Ha-AR2766.jpg 2020-07-05-1508_6-TR-CaK-AR2766.jpg

2020-07-05-1510_1-TR-CaK-SEPlage.jpg 2020-07-05-1509_4-TR-CaK-SPlage.jpg

July 4, 2020 on 1:44 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Some clear skies, and thin clouds.  The Sun remains spotless.  Yesterday I mentioned that I did not see the proms, but today they showed very nicely in the SE and I wonder if I overlooked them.  Today full size images, and closeups of the C25 polarized area as well as the prom

2020-07-04-1534_2-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-04-1537_7-TR-HaSEProm.jpg 2020-07-04-1546_6-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-04-1541_6-TR-Ha-SEProms.jpg 2020-07-04-1540_1-TR-Ha-C25polRgn.jpg

July 3, 2020 on 11:46 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies today but only a Spotless Sun.  The nice prominences from yesterday are gone.  The pore in the SE quadrant is even smaller than yesterday.  The only thing left are the filaments in the NE.  Full disk images and close ups of the mentioned regions.

2020-07-03-1347_9-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-03-1354_8-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-03-1401_7-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-03-1350_1-TR-540nm-Pore.jpg 2020-07-03-1358_4-TR-Ha-Plage.jpg 2020-07-03-1403_7-TR-CaK-SEPlage.jpg


July 2, 2020 on 11:17 am | In Sun, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Clear skies this morning with average seeing. The small area in the SE continues to show some pores, but no spot has been registered, so the area stays un-named.  However, other areas on the Sun make up for it.  Some real nice filaments are visible in the NE, and a huge prom shows in the NW with a smaller, but brighter one in the SE. Overall activity remains low.  Today full disk images and close ups of the mentioned areas.

2020-07-02-1236_8-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-02-1245_4-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-02-1258_6-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-02-1252_6-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-02-1250_7-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-02-1254_0-TR-Ha-NWProm.jpg

2020-07-02-1239_9-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-02-1300_7-TR-CaK-SEPlage.jpg

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