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Full disc 08-04-2021

Post by rsfoto »

Hi,

Not much change comparing to yesterday.

Interesting is the little faint plasma cloud on the same position as yesterdy over the long filament at about 11 o´clock. No, it is not a dust bunny :mrgreen:

BTW the Sun is moving his N/S axis back to the west since yesterday or the day before yesterday when it reached its maximum of -26.26° inclination.


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Post by EGRAY_OBSERVATORY »

Hi Rainer (from my now-working observatory computer at last),
You have well-captured that long-filament and does appear to be connected to the prom.
Other proms have also shown-up very well.

Thanks for sharing

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Yes I saw that yesterday, a filaprom?


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dhkaiser wrote: Thu Apr 08, 2021 9:32 pm Yes I saw that yesterday, a filaprom?
Hi Dan,

Yes, looks like the plasma belongs to that filament which today is approximately 150,000 km long ~ 93,200 miles.


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Absolutely fabulous Rainer, there are some stunning dark filaments :bow :hamster:

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Rainer:
Thanks for the images.
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These look really good Rainer!


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