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Quark back log of data.

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Apologies for uploading a lot of 'old' data, no time at the time to go through all of it & have only just done so.

Some ok some not so great but thought I would share them as our star is pretty quite at the moment with surface action.

Thanks for looking.



Inverted AR.jpg

Inverted SOFTER.jpg

Active Region.jpg

Active Region.jpg

Part Inverted 1.jpg

Prom 1.jpg

Prom 2.jpg

Prom 3.jpg

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