October 18, 2020 on 12:28 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear skies for another observation session.  AR2776 has grown a little to 80 millionths, and has shown some B-class flaring.  In addition, a plage could be observed near the SW limb.  The NE and SE limbs showed a few proms, but some thin clouds made it hard to get a good focused image. Today full disk images and close ups of the Proms and AR2776.

2020-10-18-1425_6-TR-540nm-AR2776.jpg 2020-10-18-1438_4-TR-Ha-AR2776.jpg 2020-10-18-1451_8-TR-CaK-AR2776.jpg

2020-10-18-1432_3-TR-540nm-AR2776.jpg 2020-10-18-1444_0-TR-Ha-AR2776.jpg 2020-10-18-1453_4-TR-CaK-AR2776.jpg

2020-10-18-1447_2-TR-Ha-NEProm.jpg 2020-10-18-1448_0-TR-Ha-SEProm.jpg

Entries and comments feeds. Valid XHTML and CSS. ^Top^ Powered by WordPress with jd-nebula-3c theme design by John Doe.