I was blessed with some lovely clear skies today, it's been 9 days since I last saw the sky with the overcast cloudy stormy mess that Florida seems to like to be these days. The seeing was not great, but it was adequate to at least attempt to use larger scales with and I managed to get a little bit of data on the notable features today, namely, the two active regions and the wonderful flaring sunspot in AR2736 that has evolved significantly since it showed up. I'm very much looking forward to seeing it round the limb and hopefully it remains active and grows a bit as it rounds the limb to see some really cool activity there since it has so many little poles and keeps flaring a bit. There's a few nice prominence fields and a rather large one on the limb. I was able to finally do a little white light imaging too, just in time for such a sunspot.
The large HA presentation of AR2735 & AR2736 is a 3 panel mosaic. The full disc was created with 2 panels stitched together.
Edited by MalVeauX, 22 March 2019 - 02:12 PM.