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Pete Presland

Another new spot

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Looks like substantial   spot hasadequate it's way around the limb overnight,  we really are getting spoilt at the moment. Weather forecast isn't great for today and the seeing is pretty wobbly, but who cares :icon_biggrin:

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Yep, spotted that one too Pete, should be good :) 

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thanks Pete,  got a glimce of it about 8am followed by a cloud wash out, I'm still trying hoping for a gap but havnt seen a ray of sun since, the spots a nice size going by I could only see a bit of it. hope you get some shots. charl.

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They are getting very close to the equator, I still predict that this cycle will end ahead of schedule!

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