The sky this morning is clear and seeing was also good. Unfortunately, I had to tend to other stuff in the house this morning thus I was only able to image past lunchtime which means I had only a very limited time frame left again for me to do it :(
The Sun is getting active again after a week of low solar activity. There are more than 5 sunspot groups on the Sun today with AR11515 being the biggest group and is visible in the SE quadrant. There is a huge eruptive prominence that is visible in the SE limb as well as a huge caterpillar like hedgerow prominence in the NE limb. Also visible is a faint large eruptive prominence visible near the northern limb. AR11516 Sunspot Group show a very active flare activity inside its core despite its size. Numerous dark filaments also surround AR11516 and AR11513 Sunspot Group area.
A very long faint dark filament can also be seen near the SW limb. As much as I want to do white light imaging of the Sun today, I'm sad that I wasn't able to because of the tight skeds in the morning. Anyway, a little more patience and 1.5 months to go for me to get back to regular solar imaging and observation session after the Sun reverts back to its easterly rising again.