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1 minute ago, MinYoongi said:

It’s always hard to say if it is growing or turning into view. I wonder if it’s a recurrent region? :) 

How long do sunspots typically take to rotate around the far side? Maybe with Helioviewer one could look

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3 minutes ago, Adohran said:

How long do sunspots typically take to rotate around the far side? Maybe with Helioviewer one could look

Depending on where they exactly are 12-14 days I’d say. 

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It’s looking promising as are two other regions Southern Hemisphere almost here.  Northern looking pretty hopeful too.   Solar flux should climb back above 180 soon I hope.  No big loops yet but lots of minor flaring.  

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32 minutes ago, hamateur 1953 said:

It’s looking promising as are two other regions Southern Hemisphere almost here.  Northern looking pretty hopeful too.   Solar flux should climb back above 180 soon I hope.  No big loops yet but lots of minor flaring.  

Hoping at least something is left from 3712/3713. About 36 hours are left till its appearance

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Second time I've seen this, AR3738 flared and slightly beyond the limb there was also activity following it.

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