James Kevin Ty
Image taken:
Sep. 17, 2010
Manila , Philippines
The sky this morning was surprisingly good and didn't waste time to start observing and imaging the Sun through the PST-Ha. There are 2 active region groups that can be seen on the solar disk. AR11108 Sunspot Group can be seen at the SE limb while AR11106 Sunspot Group is large but scattered in a large area. There are also numerous large eruptive prominences that can be seen on the solar limb as well. I hope to be able to continue monitoring the 2 active regions in the days to come. Images were taken using ATK-1HS II webcam on Coronado PST-Ha and 2x barlow lens. Seeing - 2 / 5 .
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