New Large Active Region On The Sun
Taken by Maximilian Teodorescu on October 12, 2018 @ Magurele, Romania
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Date Taken: 2018:10:12 15:04:13
 
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A new active region has emerged on the Sun, with a very large surface area. For now it harbors only a few small spots, but the activity is good, with small plasma loops appearing and disappearing in a matter of minutes.
Definitely an area to keep an eye on.

Equip: 150mm achromat, Quark H alpha filter, ASI 174MM. Seeing 4/10.
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