The sketches below were made at the times reflected in the captions, and the images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory also have the time of capture below them. It is worth mentioning that neither my white light sketch, or the SDO white light image contain the detail and number of spots that were visible in AR 11302. I would estimate that that region alone contains in the neighborhood of 50 spots. It is interesting that while there are a half-dozen numbered active regions on the face of the sun, all of them are in the northern hemisphere.
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Finally, the Mount Wilson Observatory in California has a 150 ft. Solar Tower from which they create a daily sunspot drawing. Not too many professional observatories create sketches, and below is today's sketch:
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