July 31, 2020 on 10:45 am | In Sun | Comments Off

Intermittent clouds today with seeing conditions below average.  Both AR2767 and AR2768 are somewhat stable.  AR2767 covers 90 millionths while AR2768 covers 20 millionths.  Both regions contain one spot.  It seems from the CaK close up of AR2768, that it is being followed by another C25 polarized region which is just coming around the limb.  Interesting to see tomorrow if that’s true or not.  I used again a 4.6x magnification over the full size image for the CaK close ups instead of the 3x which  I normally use.

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