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laudropb

Ha Sun 02/10/2020

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Quiet Sun again. A few small proms round the limb and AR 2775 still visible in double stack set up. The Sun is now getting very low and the seeing is not good, especially as I have to view above roof tops and it’s cold enough for many to have their central heating on.

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It seems we have completely opposite weather systems John. Wet and cloudy down here, but glad you got some observing time. The huge active region has been fascinating to follow. 

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Dry and cloudy here in the middle at the moment  and forecast  is looking damp for the next few days. 😢

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well done for getting a look john, cloud and rain here in south wales mate. thanks.

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