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MAY 24 - WL - AR3014, AR3017 PLUS SIX. SN132


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Had to go out this morning so another early morning session, 6.10 - 7.15 am.  Reasonably seeing before the cloud came in.

AR3014 is soon to depart, while according to spaceweather, AR3017 is now likely to pose the greater risk for solar storms.

Single frame and crops using Tecnosky 102ED F7 and Olympue E - M5 Mk11, taken at 6.50 am, 1/250a at 200 asa.

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4 hours ago, Pete Presland said:

Very nicely captured, starting to quieten down a little again

Thank you Peter.  Yes, I think you are right.  In fact to be honest, I'll be glad of the rest a long as its not for too long.  I've managed a pic on the last 12 or 13 days and  I'm hoping for a final opportunity today, though there's not any gaps in the cloud forecast until late afternoon or evening.    I have a hospital appointment this afternoon, but may catch a break when I get back.

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