Wednesday, September 11, 2013
The sky this morning is partly cloudy and hazy but I was still able to initially get a shot of the huge eruptive and hedgerow prominences that are visible in the SE limb. A large twisting huge dark filament can also be seen in the SE quadrant and near possible new AR11840 Sunspot Group. Unfortunately, seeing condition quickly deteriorates after the first image but I nevertheless proceeded to finish my imaging session before calling it a day.
Monday, September 9, 2013
The sky this morning is very hazy with some drizzle which I thought wont let me have a chance to observe and image the Sun. But at around 8:40am, The Sun peered out of the clouds for a short while for me to do a quick imaging before I get clouded out after 15 minutes :( The Sun is almost blank except for a solitary AR11838 Sunspot Group but the highlights this morning is the visibility of 2 huge bar prominences on the SW and NW limb. As I was to image the SE limb, clouds shut me down thus wasn't able to image some nice large dark filaments :(
Friday, September 6, 2013
The sky this morning is clear but once again seeing condition is poor. Solar activity has gone down a bit with departure of AR11836 and AR11837 Sunspot Groups. But there is a new AR11838 Sunspot Group near the SE limb but is very small. Some small amount of eruptive prominences is visible around the Sun's limb.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
The sky this morning is clear but seeing is not that good :( Lots of activities in the CW quadrant which includes several huge dark filaments as well as huge eruptive prominences! There is also another huge hedgerow prominence visible in the SE limb. There are also 4 sunspot groups visible on the Sun's disk namely AR11836 , 11837, 11835 & 11834 Sunspot Groups with AR11837 and AR11834 as the active ones. Overall, still a nice solar session despite the poor seeing condition.