July 5, 2018 on 8:54 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Another spotless day.  Clear skies with average seeing during my observing session.  Solar Activity remains Very Low.  It’s been 8 days since a B-class flare was reported.  AR2714 and 13 were rapidly decaying when we saw them last on 6/24, so I don’t expect them to show up again when those coordinates come around the Eastern limb in the next few days.  Today only full disk images in continuum and CaK.

2018-07-05-1239_0-TR-540nm-SptlsDay235.jpg 2018-07-05-1242_5-TR-CaK-SplsDay235.jpg

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