December 24, 2018 on 1:15 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear Skies and above average seeing today!  Solar Activity remains Very Low with no spots or flares to report. However a new region came around the Eastern limb, and so far I only can see the plages in Ha and CaK, and the faculae is visible in the close up 430nm filtered image.  In addition we still have a few filaments in the NW and SW, and the prom is still there at the SE limb.

2018-12-24-1441_3-TR-540nm.jpg 2018-12-24-1457_9-TR-Ha.jpg 2018-12-24-1449_5-TR-CaK.jpg

2018-12-24-1444_2-TR-540nm-EFaculae.jpg 2018-12-24-1501_7-TR-Ha-NewERegion.jpg 2018-12-24-1449_5-TR-CaK-Crp.jpg

2018-12-24-1506_0-TR-Ha-SEProm.jpg 2018-12-24-1502_7-TR-Ha-NWFilam.jpg 2018-12-24-1501_0-TR-Ha-SWFilam.jpg

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