May 29, 2017 on 2:26 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Lots of cirrus clouds this morning impacting the session before the clouds took over the sky.  Solar Activity is Very Low.  AR2659, now is an Dao area, while it is approaching the Western Limb.  Yesterday it produced a C3.3 and an C1.0 flare, but we will not know what will happen on the backside of the Sun.  Total Active Region Area for today has increased to 220 millionths and the Sunspot count has gone down 1 to 10 for a Wolf Number of 20. The filament on the Eastern hemisphere looks very impressive with its size exceeding 100k  miles.  Some small prominences are visible, and I did capture those at the Western Limb.

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