Saturday, July 31, 2021

Solar Imaging Session - August 1, 2021

The sky this morning is hazy and seeing condition is fair. It's been more than 18 days sine my last imaging session due to continuous rains and bad weather! Lots of thick clouds passing in front of the Sun this morning and I was only able to take 2 shots of AR2846 and 2849 Sunspot Groups before I got totally clouded out and rained! I was able to image a very faint large looped prominence in the NW limb near AR2846 Sunspot Group. 

Good thing I was imaging on covered parking area so I was able to packed up safely despite hard rain.


Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Solar Imaging Session - July 14, 2021

The sky this morning is partly cloudy and hazy. AR2842 Sunspot Group is nice but still very quiet in terms of flaring activity. Same goes with new AR2834 and 2841 Sunspot Group. There is a nice large wide dark filament visible above AR2844 near the NE quadrant. A beautiful large group of eruptive prominences can also be seen in the NW limb.

Monday, July 12, 2021

Solar Imaging Session - July 12, 2021

The sky this morning is partly. Cloudy and hazy. Seeing condition is fair. AR2842 Sunspot Group is starting to exit the Wilson Effect. AR2841 Sunspot Group is decaying fast as well. There are 2 large prominences visible in the NE and SW limb.  Both sunspot group are very quiet.

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Solar Imaging Session - July 11, 2021

The sky this morning is cloudy and hazy. Seeing condition is also not that good. AR2941 Sunspot Group is active with flares in its core while a new AR2842 Sunspot Group is emerging from the NE limb so I guess this week will. Not get that bored after all as AR2835 Sunspot Group had already exited the SW limb a few days ago.

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Solar Imaging Session - July 7, 2021

The sky this morning is clear and seeing condition is good. Bidding AR2835 Sunspot a group good bye as it is exiting the SW limb already. New AR2840 Sunspot a group is visible in the NAW quadrant while remnant of AR2827 Sunspot Group is still visible in Ha wavelength. AR2839 Sunspot Group is decaying as well. There is a beautiful large eruptive prominence visible in the NE limb while there is also a nice large looped prominence  beside AR2835 Sunspot Group.