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ThomasLondon

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I just had a marvelous early morning view of the new active region. You can see a fairly high plasma bridge near the sunspot. If weather permits in London, may become an interesting weekend...

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Thanks for the heads up, hoping I'll get chance to have a look as it's a busy day today. 

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Stunning activity with lots of changes, bit of cloud dodging, but superb action. Nick.IMG_6852.thumb.JPG.44aa6afcb74f7ee6c5bbfedfcb483fc8.JPG

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Nice sketch Nick - yep was fortunate here with clear skies and left the scope out so I could just check the views every few hrs - and see the proms evolve, and the sun noticeably rotate a little from morning to evening. 

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