New Active Region On The Sun
Taken by Mark Townley on March 31, 2019 @ Brierley Hills, England
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When I got up this morning the sun was blank, typical of solar minimum. However throughout the day an emerging flux region has rapidly developed into a crackling bipolar active region with 2 rapidly growing sunspots. It will be interesting to see how this develops more in the days ahead. Taken in the near ultraviolet in calcium wavelengths (393nm).
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