August 2, 2020 on 1:45 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies with average seeing after the clouds burned off.  AR2767 is barely visible at the SW limb.  AR2768 has decayed and is now degraded to a plage, but the new area  a few degrees to the East was named this morning a AR2769, so we continue with spots on the Sun!.  Today full disk images and close ups of the mentioned areas.

2020-08-02-1341_9-TR-540nm-AR2767-68.jpg 2020-08-02-1352_4-TR-Ha-AR2767-68.jpg 2020-08-02-1401_0-TR-CaK-AR2767-68.jpg

2020-08-02-1348_1-TR-540nm-AR2767.jpg 2020-08-02-1355_1-TR-Ha-AR2767.jpg 2020-08-02-1403_2-TR-CaK-AR2767.jpg

2020-08-02-1347_4-TR-540nm-AR2768.jpg 2020-08-02-1356_5-TR-Ha-AR2768.jpg 2020-08-02-1405_4-TR-CaK-AR2768.jpg

2020-08-02-1346_9-TR-540nm-AR2769.jpg 2020-08-02-1356_0-TR-Ha-AR2769.jpg 2020-08-02-1406_2-TR-CaK-AR2769.jpg

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