I thought it took about 25 days for the sun to do a rotation at the equator, but AR2736's rapid progress across the solar disk and disappearance was certainly a good deal faster than that. What gives?
I even followed it for a while with the SOLAR GONG and AR2736 seemed to be in a different position every time I Iooked--each time a little closer to the limb. Seems like it will be gone by noon tomorrow.
And to those who are dropping in it would be nice to know what if any filters, for visual use, do good things in conjunction with a Baader white light filter or a Daystar Quark. About all I know is that a variable polarizing filter sharpens up solar chromosphere features in conjunction with the Quark. I don't know if I'm missing any other tricks.