Solar imaging 1/11/14

It was very sunny and warm on Saturday 1/11/14. There were fairly clear skies, hence I took the opportunity to do more solar imaging. It seems the large sunspot I had imaged over 10 days ago, the AR2192 was noted to be the largest sunspot in 20 years; it is now on the side facing away from earth and hence no longer visible.

I thought I would try and image the sun at various times and see what other sunspots are visible. The images below are from Saturday morning in UK. I used the Skywatcher ED80, Astrotrac TT320X, Olympus E-P5 (Solar continuum images), Olympus E-PL5 (UV image) to capture these images.

Solar imaging - double stacked Solar Continuum
Solar imaging – double stacked Solar Continuum
Solar imaging - double stacked Solar Continuum
Solar imaging – double stacked Solar Continuum
Solar imaging - UV
Solar imaging – UV

There are quite a few smaller sunspots present, but these are unlikely to be emitting any solar flares.

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