Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Geoff Chester 06302015 2457203.63681 0317 Saturn 282.2 268.1
 

 

North at top.


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6292015 2457203.09444 1416 Mars 214.99
 

 

AR2373 close=up in White light/Continuum


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6292015 2457203.08819 1407 Solar 201.84
 

 

AR2373


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6292015 2457203.08472 1402 Solar 201.88
 

 

Full disk image with photographic 3.5u Solar film and Baader Continuum filter


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6292015 2457203.06597 1335 Solar 202.13
 

 

Full disk imager in H-alpha


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6282015 2457202.09514 1417 Solar 214.98
 

 

Close up of following spot in 2371 before it turns to the far side of the sun


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6282015 2457202.09444 1416 Solar 214.99
 

 

AR2473 as it emerges at the Eastern Limb


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6282015 2457202.08472 1402 Solar 215.12
 

 

Today, a full disk image of the Sun as well a close up of a hedgerow and a anvil shaped prom at the Eastern limb in H-a.


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
Theo Ramakers 6282015 2457202.07847 1353 Solar 215.20
 

 

Because of the good seeing, Active Region 2371 is still visible a little at the Western limb. However it still shows a good spot size of 430 millionths with 15 spots. As it turns to the far side of the Sun, a new unnamed Region (2372 ?)with two spots shows up on the East side, so it does not look like we will have a spotless day.


Name: Date: JDate: Time: Object: CM1 CM2 CM3 Dist(AU) Phase Ang
saddddddddddd 6262015 2457199.54306 12 Mars 21 23
 

 

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