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2007-01-04


Location: Billingborough (South Lincolnshire, UK)
From: 2007-01-04 14:25 UT
To: 2007-01-04 14:30 UT
Equipment: Solarscope
Temperature: 9.4C ...
Dew Point: 4.5C ...
Humidity: 72% ...
Wind Speed: 2.6mph ...
Wind Dir: West North West ...
Pressure: 1006.4hPa ...
Notes:

Partly cloudy and breezy day. During a clear spell I took the Solarscope out to do a quick sunspot count.

Sun

From: 2007-01-04 14:25 UT
To: 2007-01-04 14:30 UT

Active areas 933, 934 and 935 were all still visible and looked pretty much the same as they did during the previous observation (leaving aside the fact that they'd all rotated around the Sun a bit).

AA 933 had two spots and 934 and 935 had 1 each.


2007-01-01


Location: Billingborough (South Lincolnshire, UK)
From: 2007-01-01 12:00 UT
To: 2007-01-01 12:05 UT
Equipment: Solarscope
Temperature: 8.6C ...
Dew Point: 2.5C ...
Humidity: 66% ...
Wind Speed: 5.5mph ...
Wind Dir: West ...
Pressure: 1009.3hPa ...
Notes:

Clear and windy day. Took the Solarscope out to do a quick sunspot count.

Sun

From: 2007-01-01 12:00 UT
To: 2007-01-01 12:05 UT

Today I could see 4 sunspots split over three active areas. Active area 933 had two spots, one small and one bigger that displayed an obvious penumbra. Active area 934 had a single small spot. Also, just coming around the limb of the Sun, only just visible, was a single spot in active area 935 (which appears to be a return of active area 930). Despite being greatly foreshortened it was obvious that it too had a visible penumbra.


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