July 19, 2020 on 11:47 am | In Sun | Comments Off

I did have a problem with my website where I post my images and reports.  It looks that an entry for the Rotation 2233 was corrupted and I could not access it.  I’ve found a workaround and am posting here the images from July 16, 17, 18, and July 19 of the new Carrington Rotation 2233.  On these four days the Sun was spotless and for the last three days almost nothing noteworthy to mention.  So here are the images of the last three days.

2020-07-16-1249_2-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-16-1251_8-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-16-1258_6-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-17-1310_9-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-17-1315_3-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-17-1319_8-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-18-1313_7-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-18-1319_6-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-18-1322_7-TR-CaK.jpg

2020-07-19-1350_8-TR-540nm.jpg 2020-07-19-1354_1-TR-Ha.jpg 2020-07-19-1356_7-TR-CaK.jpg

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