April 21, 2017 on 2:39 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear Skies with average seeing this morning.  Solar Activity remains Very Low with no C-class flares in the last two days.  The pore that showed up yesterday has been named today as AR2652, and covers an area of 10 millionths.  Total Active Region Area for today is at 150 millionths. and the spot count is at 6.  In addition a new good sized spot has come around the Eastern limb and has not been named yet.  The Southern filament is still there and we also have some nice prominences.  In fact the area around AR2651/2 looks very interesting in Ha.

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