Well – – –
How about this?
A 60mm double-stack for £749!
This is the most impressive prominence that I have seen for a while!
The prominence changed quite rapidly as you can see from the times, and from this animation (the earlier prominence image is a bit fuzzy because the Sun was VERY low at the time!):
Also see http://www.spaceweather.com/images2018/13nov18/proms.jpg?PHPSESSID=dlaqjqpvivp9gjtef983q80mf3
Yesterday’s prominences have developed further with the added bonus of spot AR2726. Here are today’s Ha solar images including yesterday’s and the day before’s prominences for comparison.
“A NEW SUNSPOT: Breaking a strong of 24 spotless days, a new sunspot is growing near the center of the solar disk. Here it is. Amateur astronomers with backyard solar telescopes are encouraged to monitor its development. After all, sunspot genesis is rare during solar minimum.”
Yesterday’s prominences have developed nicely.
Here are today’s Ha solar images including yesterday’s prominences for comparison.
Very little happening on the Sun, but a moderately interesting prominence with some detached plasma.
A reasonable prominence today.
After days of nothing, some small but interesting prominences today.
Again, today, I actually prefer the colourised version
Small but interesting prominences today. AR2725 still visible in Ha also.