Monday, January 11, 2010
Another look at AR 11040
Carrington Rotation: 2092 Diameter: 32.52'
Active region is not as bright as it was during my observation two days ago, however, it has taken on a distinctly horseshoe shape. A few small spots are visible inside the region, confirmed through de-tuning the etalon. Also, two small brighter areas are noted almost on the central meridian. There is one prominent filament visible, as well as a few darker areas that seemed to become more pronounced during the session. There are a few prominences that while small, are complex.