Monday, April 3, 2017
Solar Imaging Session - April 3, 2017
The sky this morning was initially cloudy but after an hour wait, I was finally able to image departing AR2644 Sunspot Group near the NW limb and it was making her final show of flaring strength as it was producing I think M class flare inside its core. There are 2 new small sunspot groups namely AR2648 and 2649 Sunspot groups which are located in the eastern limb and beside AR2644 respectively. AR2645 Sunspot Group still is huge and shows some flaring activity inside its core as well. No large prominences are visible on the Sun's limb except for some small to moderate size prominences only.