Member Simon Dawes imaged our Sun on the morning of the 11th July 2022 and as you can see the Sun is very active. Details of how Simon acquired the images are on the photos.
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Sunspot AR3055 – stretching more than 100,000 km from end to end with more than a dozen dark cores. Simon said ‘AR3055 its seems to be getting longer as I couldn’t get it in the frame so had to do a composite.’
New Sunspot – this new active region was just peeping round the limb of the Sun on the 11th July. Now Sunspot AR3057