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JULY 21ST - SPOT THE ARs!


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Observed this lunchtime with the Tecnosky 102ED F7. Too much murk to observe earlier, though the seeing was still poor  - helped somewhat by using the Baader Continuum Solar Filter.

Of main interest was that there were five ARs with sunspots, I think for the first time in the new solar cycle.  The full disc pic is a single frame taken with the Olympus E-M5 Mk11 at 12.15.

You'll be hard pressed to spot them in the full disk pic, so there are also three crops from the same frame to help you 🙂.

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19 hours ago, paulastro said:

Sorry Jeremy, perhaps next time 😁.

You might be able to view big ARs from the South Texas Starbase

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