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Full disc 25-03-2021

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Hi,

Today a bit of Sun compared to the dense Cirrus clouds of yesterday and when I finished my videos I got this :lol:

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and here the discs which I thought would be worse as I had a bit of cirrus inbetween.

Good activity in both hemispheres. Look like South is awakening.

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Re: Full disc 25-03-2021

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Rainer:
I have had the 2 last days like yours, hazy and cloudy.
Thanks for the beautiful mosaics.
Fuerte abrazo.
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... and when leaving the Observatory to get a short Siesta I got a bonus.

A Sun Dog

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Re: Full disc 25-03-2021

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And you did this well through those clouds! You and Eric are the solar dynamic duo of Mexico!

What latitude are you, Rainer? You seem to have a constantly warm climate and the Sun never drops very low. Are you south of the Tropic Of Cancer?

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Re: Full disc 25-03-2021

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These are fabulous Rainer, I was very interested to compare my images with yours. The only difference is that I didn't see any large filament in the south east like you have, I wonder if that is my bad imaging or whether it developed later in the day?

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Very good results Rainer

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Re: Full disc 25-03-2021

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DeepSolar64 wrote: Fri Mar 26, 2021 4:56 am And you did this well through those clouds! You and Eric are the solar dynamic duo of Mexico!

What latitude are you, Rainer? You seem to have a constantly warm climate and the Sun never drops very low. Are you south of the Tropic Of Cancer?

James
Hi James,

I am at North 22° and yes South of Tropic of Cancer and so we get the so called Sub solar points e.g. no shadow at all :o

https://rl.se/sub-solar-point

Last year I made a video of it

https://vimeo.com/437296832

and below my location and the timing for the Sub Solar point. The shadowed part above my location has no Sub solar points

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Beautiful images Rainer.


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Great mosaics as always Rainer...excellent work :bow

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Re: Full disc 25-03-2021

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Lovely views RAiner!


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