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    Default The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.



    1-24-2019-Eastern-Prom

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    Default Re: The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.

    And here's the current active region.


    1-24-2019-AR12733

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    Default Re: The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.

    Quite nice Gordon
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    Default Re: The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.

    Nice proms Gordon. I can't believe it - two straight sunny days in a row in my area. I'm trying to soak up the sun and am waiting eagerly for our February warming trend.
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    Default Re: The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.

    Very nice, Gordon. I like them both!

    Excellent and nicely focused detail on the AR image.
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    Default Re: The sun is really quiet but here's one from today.

    Very nice Gordon! I like both images!
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