Another morning in which I had an hour and a half before I had to login to work and the sun is brimming with activity.
Seeing conditions continue to be below average but only 30% clouds as the morning started.
This time, I streamed my imaging session with my astro club. Although the hour is not the most comfortable for most people, I had 5-7 participants and for some of them it was first time they see the sun. Lucky for us, the sun dressed up for the occasion.
We observed the following areas:
A Plage which I believe to be AR2845
AR2844 (which I fail to image)
Was a very intense hour with all these features and a lot of fun.
Equipment - TS-Optics 125mm F/7.8, Daystar Quark Chromosphere, ZWO ASI183MM
Seeing - 2-3/5
Transparency - 6/10
First image - AR2846. Fantastic activity on the surface and on the limb. The image is a composite of limb and surface. Both came from images taken 1 minute apart with the same exact setting and focus. My first attempt of such manipulation, not liking it too much but had not choice this time.
A zoomed out image of both AR2846 and AR2848. Less proms details but I love the wider field of view: