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It was a very similar session to that of the 15th. The Sun was low, even in the ,middle of the day and covered by thin, hazy cloud. Despite this, I was able to see six sunspots and did a drawing based on my binocular observations.
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Hi Philip. Another nice solar sketch using your binoculars. That large active region looks to be AR3190. Thanks for sharing your sketch with us on here Philip and keep looking up.
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Very nice Philip!
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