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Rusted

The Sun has a black eye!

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White light and H-a both show a spot/filament moving onto the visible disk.

Easy to find: East, right on the limb at 9.00.

sun ha0001 19-04-07 11-08-02 rgsx.jpg

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Excellent news! I thought it looked like something interesting was coming in to view.  😀

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Excellent! Can you sort these clouds out too? 😥

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Excellent news, if only I didn't have a 7 day forecast of cloud forecast 😪

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Good news indeed!

I'm getting the best views ever in H.a.

Here's another of my appalling solar daubs!

Now resized. 😳

 

sun ha0002 19-04-07 11-56-34 rgstx rsz 800.jpg

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Nice shot, wish I'd tried for Ha now.

After my initial pessimism the clouds thinned and I got some nice WL views through the haze, but there was too much haze and cloud for me to try for Ha. 

 

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You know, that second one is really good!

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