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Solar White Light Activity - 10 July 2010


GuillermoBarrancos
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The new region of high magnetic activity that appeared yesterday on the North-Eastern limb is now designated as AR 11087.

It has become more active now and gives some exiting views in white light.

Seeing was very unstable.

Baader Solar Filter. TS UV/IR cut filter. Baader 500nm green.

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Shows very nice detail for a white light image!!

This group seems to be AR11087

(Whoooops - I didn't notice you'd already identified it! -Sorry)

Ken

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Shows very nice detail for a white light image!!

This group seems to be AR11087

(Whoooops - I didn't notice you'd already identified it! -Sorry)

Ken

Hehe. Yeah spaceweather was a bit vague yesterday. As this active region was the remains of old AR 11082 and they called it so yesterday.

But now it suddenly spiced up in activity again, they have given it a new designation today.

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As this active region was the remains of old AR 11082 and they called it so yesterday.

But now it suddenly spiced up in activity again, they have given it a new designation today.

Nope ... a active regoins which survives passage round the unseen side is always given a new number when it reappears. This is historical, no=one knew whether it was actually the same AR or an old one.

This group looks much more active than it was yesterday (9th). Nothing to be seen here today except cloud & rain.

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Nope ... a active regoins which survives passage round the unseen side is always given a new number when it reappears. This is historical, no=one knew whether it was actually the same AR or an old one.

This group looks much more active than it was yesterday (9th). Nothing to be seen here today except cloud & rain.

Ok thanks for clarifying that.

They just didn't give it the new designation until today and yesterday just called it the remains of old sunspot AR 11082.

That's why the confusion. :)

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