May 9, 2018 on 7:32 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear stable skies. The area I saw in my previous report has now been named AR2709 and covers 10 millionths and supports 2 spots. AR2708 remains the same size and covers 3 spots. The plage I have been following has not developed any spots yet, so it is still un-named. A few nice filaments can be seen today and an prom at the Western limb is leaping into space. Full disk images in the three wave lengths and close ups of the mentioned areas.

2018-05-09-1314_6-TR-540nm-AR2708_09.jpg 2018-05-09-1321_1-TR-Ha-AR2708-09.jpg 2018-05-09-1333_0-TR-CaK-2_AR2708-09.jpg

2018-05-09-1300_4-TR-540nm-AR2708.jpg 2018-05-09-1323_2-TR-Ha-AR2708.jpg 2018-05-09-1333_0-TR-CaK-2_AR2708.jpg

2018-05-09-1259_8-TR-540nm-AR2709.jpg 2018-05-09-1322_7-TR-Ha-AR2709.jpg 2018-05-09-1333_0-TR-CaK-2_AR2709-plg.jpg

2018-05-09-1323_5-TR-Ha-SEFilam.jpg 2018-05-09-1326_4-TR-Ha-Prom.jpg

2018-05-09-1324_2-TR-Ha-NEFilam.jpg 2018-05-09-1324_5-TR-Ha-NWFilam.jpg

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