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Full Disc & AR2752 | Nov 18th 2019

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It's been raining for days and total cloud cover all through this week, but today it was cleared up for a while. Seeing was poor this morning. But I was able to get a little time on AR2752 which is still persistent. I looked at the photosphere and didn't notice any appreciable sunspot, but the activity in the chromosphere was still nice with a little mottling and a nice filament. If this persists as it approaches the limb, it could be interesting seeing it as a prominence over the active region.









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Very best,

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Nice results.

I was out this afternoon and I think I have lost the art of Ha tuning, or the seeing was not good.

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Later in the afternoon, it was still clear, so I figured I'd try to do some time lapse animation and grabbed data for an hour. Was mostly interested in the main filament in the active region to see it's plasma flowing around and of course any potential flare activity crackling in the plage area, but not much of that was going on.


Very best,

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