The sky this morning is very hazy due to last night's New Year's fireworks. Seeing condition is surprisingly good amid the pollution but I had to compensate on all exposures from what I normally use because of the condition this morning. In Ha wavelength, yesterday's SE large eruptive prominence is still visible as well as the NE long dark filament. AR11384 Sunspot Group has exited the eastern limb but some traces of the group can still be seen. Both AR11388 and 11389 Sunspot Groups shows high solar activity inside its cores/ AR11389 Sunspot Group continues to grow in size and will definitely be the group to monitor in the first week of 2012! AR11390 and AR11386 Sunspot Groups are very quiet in solar activities.
In white light wavelength, further exposure compensation was needed in both high res and full disk for me to get a good shot of them before I wrapped up my first 2012 solar observation and imaging session!