Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Solar Imaging Session - April 25, 2012 (Huge Northern Eruptive Prominence!)
The sky this morning is again partly cloudy and seeing condition is poor. I also got into communication trouble with my webcam and laptop and it wasted around 15 mins of my limited observing window time before I could start my solar imaging session. The huge northern eruptive prominence is still visible and is now wider and a joy to look at. Lots of dark filaments is scattered around the solar surface with the most dominating one that is located in between AR11465 and AR11459 Sunspot Groups. AR11465 Sunspot Group is starting to have a good umbral structure and is worth monitoring in the days to come.