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Check aldrinbgabuya's Instagram Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 25, 2017.

The sky was mostly clear but seeing was poor due to moderate to strong northwesterly windflow, at the time this image was taken. Unfortunately, no H-alpha image was captured due to an avoidable reason.

A significant decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image which seemed to have more defined spots than yesterday, while the rest vanished.

No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 19. Some plage traces can be seen on the limbs.

We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi 1522680498677585275_3595574408

Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 25, 2017. The sky was mostly clear but seeing was poor due to moderate to strong northwesterly windflow, at the time this image was taken. Unfortunately, no H-alpha image was captured due to an avoidable reason. A significant decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image which seemed to have more defined spots than yesterday, while the rest vanished. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 19. Some plage traces can be seen on the limbs. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi

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Check weavenstitches's Instagram The stars are bright in Bellingen tonight. Took this pic with my S8 phone. Hard to hold it still long enough but this is only one part of the sky. I wish I could capture all of it to show on here. So many stars! So magnificent! .
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The stars are bright in Bellingen tonight. Took this pic with my S8 phone. Hard to hold it still long enough but this is only one part of the sky. I wish I could capture all of it to show on here. So many stars! So magnificent! . . #bellingen #s8 #astrophotography #bellingenshire #stars #universe #nasa #astronomy #southernstars #spaceweather #samsung #love #skyporn #star #nightsky #visitnsw #milkyway

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Check thabet_uae's Instagram Images taken from @al.sadeem.astronomy Observatory. 
Image May 23, 2017.

The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken.

A slight increase in solar increase was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image.

We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

Image  May 24, 2017.

The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken.

A slight decrease in solar increase was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image.

No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47.

Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image.
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #youresa 1521928195157333338_8255662

Images taken from @al.sadeem.astronomy Observatory. Image May 23, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken. A slight increase in solar increase was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. Image May 24, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken. A slight decrease in solar increase was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #youresa

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Check alsadeemastronomy's Instagram Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 24, 2017.

The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken.

A slight decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image.

No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47.

Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image.
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi 1521923779528476792_2793286951

Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 24, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken. A slight decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi

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Check aldrinbgabuya's Instagram Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 24, 2017.

The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken.

A slight decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image.

No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47.

Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image.
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #plage #prominence #flare 1521918147862760470_3595574408

Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 24, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was excellent at the time these images were taken. A slight decrease in solar activity was observed. Only the sunspots associated with AR2659 is visible in the white light image while the other active regions (AR2656, AR2658, and AR2660) are still present in the Sun as seen in the false color H-alpha image. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 47. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the different portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #plage #prominence #flare

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Check erinkroll's Instagram The charged particles from solar wind make spectacular sunsets. 1521405707394588703_46908738

The charged particles from solar wind make spectacular sunsets.

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Check alsadeemastronomy's Instagram Here are yesterday’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 23, 2017.

The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken.

A slight increase in solar increase was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image.

We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development.

#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi 1521288103304705215_2793286951

Here are yesterday’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 23, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken. A slight increase in solar increase was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi

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Check aldrinbgabuya's Instagram Here are yesterday’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 23, 2017. 
The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken. 
A slight increase in solar activity was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image. 
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. 
#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi 1521275856340912247_3595574408

Here are yesterday’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 23, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was good at the time these images were taken. A slight increase in solar activity was observed due to the presence of 4 designated active regions; AR2656, AR2658, AR2659, and AR2660. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 53. Numerous plages and prominences can be seen, including the huge ones on the eastern portions of the false color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi

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Check keongibson's Instagram So honored to be back in Colorado.
I'm so excited about completing my research project #SpaceWeather #SOARS 1520639374708979649_34517013

So honored to be back in Colorado. I'm so excited about completing my research project #SpaceWeather #soars

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Check cape_night_photography's Instagram "Galactic Technicolor Bath House" -  Here's some light painting fun under a May Milky Way two years ago.  It was a cooler night which kept the bugs away and, wow, was it dark here.  I lit this from five different angles (one for each door and one for the exterior.) Looks like this week is 100% soggy so no shooting for the foreseeable future.  But, the weekend looks good and I'll be showing my work at Lemon Tree Village for the Memorial Day Weekend fair.  More details later in the week! #nightphotography #night #capenightphotography #astrophotography #photooftheday #spaceweather #capecod #newengland #milkyway @astroprout #canon #astronomy #lightpainting #beach www.capenightphotography.com 1520630241889681816_1546200977

"Galactic Technicolor Bath House" - Here's some light painting fun under a May Milky Way two years ago. It was a cooler night which kept the bugs away and, wow, was it dark here. I lit this from five different angles (one for each door and one for the exterior.) Looks like this week is 100% soggy so no shooting for the foreseeable future. But, the weekend looks good and I'll be showing my work at Lemon Tree Village for the Memorial Day Weekend fair. More details later in the week! #nightphotography #night #capenightphotography #astrophotography #photooftheday #spaceweather #capecod #newengland #milkyway@astroprout #canon #astronomy #lightpainting #beachwww.capenightphotography.com

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Check aldrinbgabuya's Instagram Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 22, 2017. 
The sky was hazy and seeing was poor, due moderate to strong northerly breeze, at the time these images were taken. 
More active regions (ARs) were spotted in the Sun, indicating that it is becoming more active. Two active regions recently popped out, AR2659 and an undesignated one, while AR2656 and AR2658 remain present in the Sun’s photosphere. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 51. Numerous filaments, plages, and some minor flares can be seen in the false H-alpha full disk image. 
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. 
#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #filament #plage #flare #prominence 1520532052000474570_3595574408

Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 22, 2017. The sky was hazy and seeing was poor, due moderate to strong northerly breeze, at the time these images were taken. More active regions (ARs) were spotted in the Sun, indicating that it is becoming more active. Two active regions recently popped out, AR2659 and an undesignated one, while AR2656 and AR2658 remain present in the Sun’s photosphere. No serious threat for any strong solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity associated with these ARs is expected, based on the latest SOHO, SpaceWeather, SIDC, and Solar Monitor reports. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 51. Numerous filaments, plages, and some minor flares can be seen in the false H-alpha full disk image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi #filament #plage #flare #prominence

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Check hajmediaprint's Instagram The Sun: Two Prominences Unraveling | NASA SDO
At the edge of the sun, a large prominence and a small prominence began to shift, turn and fall apart in less than one day (May 8-9, 2017). Prominences are notoriously unstable. Competing magnetic forces pulled the plasma back and forth until they dissipated. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. The 18-second video clip is comprised of almost 600 frames being shown at 30 frames per second. 
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA
Image Date: May 9, 2017
Release Date: May 12, 2017

Solar Dynamics Observatory
NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center
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The Sun: Two Prominences Unraveling | NASA SDO At the edge of the sun, a large prominence and a small prominence began to shift, turn and fall apart in less than one day (May 8-9, 2017). Prominences are notoriously unstable. Competing magnetic forces pulled the plasma back and forth until they dissipated. These images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. The 18-second video clip is comprised of almost 600 frames being shown at 30 frames per second. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA Image Date: May 9, 2017 Release Date: May 12, 2017 Solar Dynamics Observatory NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center NASA Goddard #nasa #astronomy #science #space #SpaceWeather #sun #solar #prominence #plasma #magneticfields #ultraviolet #astrophysics #spacecraft #sdo #goddard #gsfc #greenbelt #maryland #unitedstates #stem #education #hd #video

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Check aldrinbgabuya's Instagram Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 21, 2017. 
The sky was clear and seeing was fair, due to light to moderate northwesterly breeze, at the time these images were taken. 
Two solar groups remain present over the Sun’s photosphere, AR2656 and AR2658. According to the recent SOHO, SIDC, and Spaceweather reports, no significant threat for any Earth-directed solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity. Meanwhile, a new developing AR somewhat west of AR2656 was spotted. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 36. Numerous filaments and plages can be seen in the false-color H-alpha image. 
We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. 
#sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi 1519811969821318694_3595574408

Here are today’s solar images taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 21, 2017. The sky was clear and seeing was fair, due to light to moderate northwesterly breeze, at the time these images were taken. Two solar groups remain present over the Sun’s photosphere, AR2656 and AR2658. According to the recent SOHO, SIDC, and Spaceweather reports, no significant threat for any Earth-directed solar flare or coronal mass ejection (CME) activity. Meanwhile, a new developing AR somewhat west of AR2656 was spotted. The latest sunspot number (as per our visual count) is 36. Numerous filaments and plages can be seen in the false-color H-alpha image. We’ll keep monitoring for any significant development. #sun #sol #solarimaging #sunspots #alsadeemobservatory #alsadeemastronomy #astrophotography #solaractivity #spaceweather #uae #astronomy #abudhabi

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Check hajmediaprint's Instagram The Sun: Active Regions' Magnetic Connection | NASA SDO
Several bright bands of plasma connect from one active region to another, even though they are tens of thousands of miles away from each other (May 17-18, 2017). Active regions are, by their nature, strong magnetic areas with north and south poles. The plasma consists of charged particles that stream along the magnetic field lines between these two regions. These connecting lines are clearly visible in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Other loops and strands of bright plasma can be seen rising up and out of smaller active regions as well. The video covers about one day's worth of activity

Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA
Duration: 15 seconds
Release Date: May 19, 2017

NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center
NASA Goddard

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The Sun: Active Regions' Magnetic Connection | NASA SDO Several bright bands of plasma connect from one active region to another, even though they are tens of thousands of miles away from each other (May 17-18, 2017). Active regions are, by their nature, strong magnetic areas with north and south poles. The plasma consists of charged particles that stream along the magnetic field lines between these two regions. These connecting lines are clearly visible in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Other loops and strands of bright plasma can be seen rising up and out of smaller active regions as well. The video covers about one day's worth of activity Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA Duration: 15 seconds Release Date: May 19, 2017 NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center NASA Goddard #nasa #astronomy #science #space #SpaceWeather #sun #solar #plasma #magneticfields #ultraviolet #astrophysics #spacecraft #sdo #goddard #gsfc #greenbelt #maryland #unitedstates #stem #education #hd #video

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