June 11, 2019 on 10:04 am | In Sun | Comments Off

The weather has been terrible here.  Finally the rain stopped and we had clear skies with good seeing.  No sunspots today, but I noticed two small areas popping up with C24 polarity which can be seen in the CaK image where they are approaching the central meridian.  In addition the remnants of the spots from the previous rotation still can be seen as faculae and plages approaching the West limb.

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