I woke up to just overcast skies and had no ability to see this and was worried since it's my only day off to miss this big filaprom on the limb that I've been waiting on since much earlier in the month when it developed in the grouping with AR3032 and friends. It looks like parts of it are finally lifting off (captured a bit of it floating away) but it has kept a good anchor to the surface despite all the recent blasts. It's not a particularly tall and action packed prominence/filament (filaprom!) but it seems to be rich with material and thick. Quite the plasma wall, like mighty serpents on the surface. I didn't get a chance to see it today until around 7pm eastern time, it was quite late for my obs usually and seeing wasn't great, but managed some moderate resolution captures to be able to make a fairly large mosaic here of the entire region and included some other notable features near by for interest along with an Earth Scale.
The following are small thumbnails of the final display image; clicking them takes you to the full size image on my Flickr.
150mm F8 Refractor
Aires 214mm triband DERF (primary DERF) in 3D printed cell masked to 150mm
Baader Red CCD-IR Block filter (secondary sub aperture internal DERF near focuser)
Air spaced etalon 1
10mm Blocking Filter
Baader TZ4 (4x telecentric)
Air spaced etalon 2
Edited by MalVeauX, 22 June 2022 - 08:32 PM.