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Last rotation was very quiet from the half of the Sun now rotating into Earth view.  However, on Dec 25th there was a fairly strong far side CME behind the east limb in the northern hemisphere.  If that eruption emanated from a sunspot region, we should see it rotating into view in the next few days.  But if it was a filament eruption, we may not see any evidence of it.

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1 hour ago, Drax Spacex said:

Last rotation was very quiet from the half of the Sun now rotating into Earth view.  However, on Dec 25th there was a fairly strong far side CME behind the east limb in the northern hemisphere.  If that eruption emanated from a sunspot region, we should see it rotating into view in the next few days.  But if it was a filament eruption, we may not see any evidence of it.

https://ibb.co/zx5QCF3

As always, we wait and hope 😆

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13 hours ago, Drax Spacex said:

Last rotation was very quiet from the half of the Sun now rotating into Earth view.  However, on Dec 25th there was a fairly strong far side CME behind the east limb in the northern hemisphere.  If that eruption emanated from a sunspot region, we should see it rotating into view in the next few days.  But if it was a filament eruption, we may not see any evidence of it.

https://ibb.co/zx5QCF3

If it was behind the east limb on the 25th, it should have appeared by now. The only possibility for a returning spot in the Northern hemisphere, in the next couple of days, is AR2910, which was not particularly active last time round. That said, Stereo Ahead EUVI 195 does seem to indicate a reasonable level of activity on the East limb in both hemispheres. In terms of the Southern hemisphere, we could see the return of AR2907 in the next 4 or 5 days, and that was fairly active last time. Let's wait and see what appears.

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11 hours ago, farm24 said:

Well that was anti climatic it’s just a tiny beta

 

Not sure if you're talking about 2924 or 2925, but have you seen the rapid spot development of 2924?! It's a small region, but it quickly became a beta since yesterday when it was just an alpha.

2924_HMIIF.jpg

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24 minutes ago, LunarLights58 said:

 

Not sure if you're talking about 2924 or 2925, but have you seen the rapid spot development of 2924?! It's a small region, but it quickly became a beta since yesterday when it was just an alpha.

2924_HMIIF.jpg

Well let’s hope it develops more!

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3 hours ago, Orneno said:

the two brighter ones on the left are not on the earthside yet but soon will be 

 

The enhanced brightness along the edge in this image is mostly pixel duplication/smearing/elongation that results from the spherical to rectangular image transformation used.

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1 hour ago, Drax Spacex said:

The enhanced brightness along the edge in this image is mostly pixel duplication/smearing/elongation that results from the spherical to rectangular image transformation used.

They still look pretty good on the spherical image. But magnetic conditions do not look particularly conducive to complex development (see Synoptic Map Jan 06 / 18:52 - unable to upload due to file size limits).

20220106_203500_n7euA_195.jpg

 

 

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54 minutes ago, 3gMike said:

They still look pretty good on the spherical image. But magnetic conditions do not look particularly conducive to complex development (see Synoptic Map Jan 06 / 18:52 - unable to upload due to file size limits).

20220106_203500_n7euA_195.jpg

 

 

Still pretty bright and nice looping, what makes it not conducive to development?

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