Home > Solar > St. David’s Day Sun 1/3/09

St. David’s Day Sun 1/3/09

Lots of prominence activity all round the solar disk today. Two main complex groups can be seen on the east and west limbs with quite faint arches, spikes and plasma curtain proms. Also in the east, close to the limb, can be seen two small spots of plage which have some very light flux when magnified and these could possibly be the precursor to a new active region. There was another area like this close to the west limb which is probably the fading AR from last week. Good to see activity picking up again! Images taken between 10.43 and 11.35 UT with PST and DMK41/DMK21.

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