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

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