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March 1, 2021: Nice prom visible


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Had a quick look at the sun with my Coronado SolarMax-II 60 after lunch, and although the surface is fairly quiet, except for a bit of plage where the AR just turned the corner, and a small filament near the southern limb. I was pleased to see a nice prominence at the 7 o'clock position. Two smaller wave structures stood out from the limb, and just left of them a thin, slightly curved stream of plasma could be seen protruding from the disc. Well worth a look

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Yes, lovely proms today, large one at the 4 o'clock position on South Western rim. Also a very small spot just off center, South East position. Several small filaments but one largeish filament North Easton region at the 11 o'clock position. Three plage area's with one one associated with the small spot.

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