Thursday, January 2, 2014
Solar Imaging Session - January 2, 2014
The sky this morning is clear but seeing condition is poor. There is a new AR11944 Sunspot Group that is emerging out of the SE limb. It looks huge and will definitely overshadow AR11936 Sunspot Group in size and beauty. AR11936 Sunspot Group is nearing the SW limb and its good that huge AT11944 will take over from AR11936 Sunspot Group as the Sunspot group that needs to be monitored this week. In Ha wavelength, AR11936 and 11944 Sunspot Groups are very active while yesterday's huge SE eruptive prominence is now almost gone with some remnants of the huge prominence still visible.