January 28, 2020 on 2:50 pm | In Sun | Comments Off

Clear blue skies!!!  AR2757 has increased in size to 100 millionths but the spot count has gone down to 2.  It’s been a while since we had a Cso spot on the Sun.  SWPC reported it at midday as an Hcx!!  :-) .  In addition we have the reverse polarized plage in the SE quadrant, a prom in the NW, and a very tall but faint prom at the NE limb.  An interesting Sun today.  Did take the ASI120MM out for some of the close ups.

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