August 6, 2020 on 10:30 am | In Sun | Comments Off

I had to capture my images today between the clouds.  As I mentioned a few days ago, a new milestone was coming up for me.  Well today is the day where I am submitting my 6000 th. image to the ALPO Solar archive since 2015, at which time I started to build, and rebuild the image archives for ALPO, covering many years.  This does not include all the previous submitted images of the Sun, Moon and planets which I have been submitting since 2008 or 2009.
Today’s Sun is very nice.  AR2770 being a Csx spot, now covers 160 millionths and has three spots.  The plages of the regions AR2768 and AR2769 are still very nice visible in Ha and CaK in the Northern hemisphere.  A lot of Cycle 25 polarized activity today!  In addition we have some nice filaments North of these areas and in the Southern hemisphere.  Today, full disk images and close ups in the three wavelengths of the mentioned regions.

2020-08-06-1246_4-TR-540nm-AR2770.jpg 2020-08-06-1253_2-TR-Ha-AR2770.jpg 2020-08-06-1308_8-TR-CaK-AR2770.jpg

2020-08-06-1248_5-TR-540nm-AR2770.jpg 2020-08-06-1255_0-TR-Ha-AR2770.jpg 2020-08-06-1311_6-TR-CaK-AR2770.jpg

2020-08-06-1302_4-TR-Ha-oldAR2769.jpg 2020-08-06-1302_6-TR-Ha-oldAR2768.jpg 2020-08-06-1303_2-TR-Ha-SFilam.jpg

2020-08-06-1312_3-TR-CaK-oldAR2769.jpg 2020-08-06-1312_9-TR-CaK-oldAR2768.jpg

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