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May 26, 2019 11:09 |  #91

May 26th, 2019,

Most activity is still gone, back to the minimum. The minor plage is still present but activity is lower. Most prominences are small, but one fairly bright one is on the limb today. Full discs provided to show the photosphere in 430nm (g-band), lower chromosphere in 393nm (calcium k) and upper chromosphere in 656nm (hydrogen alpha).

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Jun 02, 2019 10:55 |  #92

June 2nd 2019,

Minor activity happening on the limb, a filament has come from the region and there's two fairly large prominences on the limb as well. Captured in 6562.8A hydrogen alpha for the chromosphere with a 120mm aperture refractor between clouds this morning, then it rained.

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Terrible weather lately, have't been able to do much and missed a lot of the big prominence the past few days. It still persists but it's a little less grand. There are some large feint ones around the limb, but weather didn't allow me to capture them. I did get some data on the little region with some activity swirling around generating filaments and the two largest brightest prominences this morning between clouds with the 120mm refractor before the rain began.

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Jun 03, 2019 15:33 |  #93

June 3rd 2019,

Was all doom and gloom this morning, but managed to attempt some this afternoon in the heat that Florida is right now, spiking 100F each afternoon. Ugh! Anyhow, the region with some activity is pretty extended and is churning out filaments so it's fairly active, be it new or a remnent of a previous active region I'm not sure. Interesting areas none the less along with some new prominences. I didn't have much time to get data, so I did a small FOV mosaic of the entire region near the limb.

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Jun 04, 2019 13:42 |  #94

June 4th 2019,

Seeing was excellent this morning, so I managed some high resolution (0.29"/pixel & 0.2"/pixel scale) in HA (656.28nm hydrogen alpha) & Gband (430nm photosphere).

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Aug 23, 2019 12:06 |  #95

Heya,

I've been rather absent due to weather here in Florida, the last time I saw the sky was nearly June... central Florida has been flooding and it's been storm after storm. I'm thankful I didn't miss out on any lovely sunspots. We truly are in the peak of the minimum I imagine with how infrequent a spot has been lately as we move into Cycle 25. Anyhow, I've yet to see the solar disc as void as it is in quite a while, but there's always something to see in HA and with enough resolution you can see great stuff in white light too. Today's the first day I've had without total storm cover and had a few moments between some clouds. Surprisingly my equipment still works, so I grabbed some data. There's a huge feint prom on the limb. I did a lot of visual observing today too.

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Aug 23, 2019 12:24 |  #96

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Heya,

I've been rather absent due to weather here in Florida, the last time I saw the sky was nearly June... central Florida has been flooding and it's been storm after storm. I'm thankful I didn't miss out on any lovely sunspots. We truly are in the peak of the minimum I imagine with how infrequent a spot has been lately as we move into Cycle 25. Anyhow, I've yet to see the solar disc as void as it is in quite a while, but there's always something to see in HA and with enough resolution you can see great stuff in white light too. Today's the first day I've had without total storm cover and had a few moments between some clouds. Surprisingly my equipment still works, so I grabbed some data. There's a huge feint prom on the limb. I did a lot of visual observing today too.

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Aug 23, 2019 12:36 as a reply to  @ MalVeauX's post |  #97

Welcome back!

I was wondering about your absence. Glad to hear it was nothing to worry about.

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Aug 24, 2019 13:44 |  #98

Aug 24th 2019

Woke up to another fairly clear sky again for once, such a weird change from the past 8 weeks of rain. Seeing was not great, still turbulent with all the stormy weather around so kept the image scales course.

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Aug 25, 2019 18:12 |  #99

Aug 25th 2019

Not a lot of activity, lots of clouds today. Seeing was poor. Took a look at the photosphere and captured convection cells (each cell is around 1000 km in diameter, scale is 0.3"/pixel). Took at look at the limb in hydrogen alpha, there's a fairly feint but larger prominence and a small patch of potentially new spicules forming showing a wee bit of activity.

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Sep 06, 2019 11:04 |  #100

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Heya,

Well, hurricane Dorian decided not to completely pummel Florida, so weirdly enough, I have a clear sky this morning despite such a storm off the opposite coast. Seeing was pretty poor from all the turbulent bands of spin off from the massive storm and it deteriorated rapidly. I was able to get a little data in high resolution of the photosphere and then rapidly went down in aperture to get anything in hydrogen alpha and ended up finishing with full discs in extremely poor seeing with tiny apertures and still struggled. Left it at that and packed it in for the day. Regardless it was nice to see the sun again, it's been a nasty weather summer here in Florida this year.

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Sep 11, 2019 11:32 |  #101

Sept 11th 2019

Had a clear sky this morning, the sun has few major features right now, so I focused on high resolution work (0.3"/pixel) as at fine image scales you can resolve features even when it seems calm to reveal what's going on in the photoshpere with its convection cells and the chromosphere with spicules, fibrils, filaments, etc.

Full disc resolved with a 40mm aperture PST (hydrogen alpha) & ASI290MM camera

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Sep 11, 2019 19:58 |  #102

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Jeff USN Photog 72-76 wrote in post #18925345 (external link)
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Sep 11, 2019 20:12 |  #104

MalVeauX wrote in post #18925347 (external link)
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Sep 15, 2019 14:17 |  #105

Sept 15th 2019

Mostly cloudy today, rained off and on, couldn't get a serious session in. I was doing visual with my PST while the kids were playing in the yard. Noticed a fine prom, maybe a deteriorating hedgerow, on the North of the disc that was pretty bright and had a lot of definition and it seemed paired and the second to it looked like it may just lift off at any time so I watched it a while. I tempted fate and took a peak with a bigger scope and managed to see it. Seeing was dreadful since it was 2pm in the afternoon. Truly bad. But managed to get a little bit of something to go off. I didn't have enough clear sky time to use a smaller scale so I had to suffer the seeing. It's still out there and quite nice to see in some binos!

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