February 8, 2021 on 11:44 am | In Sun | Comments Off

High Cirrus clouds in the sky this morning during my observing session.  No spots were reported yet by SWPC in the 1230 UT briefing, but two small pores were visible in the 540nm close up image, close to the very nice prominence near the SE limb.  The Ha and Cak images show a nice plage in its location.  Today full disk images as well as close ups, in the three wavelengths.

2021-02-08-1428_2-TR-540nm.jpg 2021-02-08-1435_4-TR-Ha-SEProm.jpg 2021-02-08-1438_7-TR-CaK-SEPlage.jpg

2021-02-08-1430_4-TR-540nm-SEPores.jpg 2021-02-08-1452_7-TR-Ha-SEPlage-Prom.jpg 2021-02-08-1441_3-TR-CaK-SEPlage.jpg

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