Solar Observations: July 2019
For the month of July, 2019 and during my 21 days of solar observations I did not see any Sunspot activity.
The only activity that was seen were Prominences. These were mostly faint and small.
The most prominent was on the 8th reaching 47,000km in height, the 9th a Hedgerow Prominence on the NW limb reaching 65,000km high and 187,000km along the limb. On the 11th a Column type Prominence rose to 74,000km. On the 20th a Mound type Prominence reached 65,000km and on the 23rd a double Arched Prominence reached 47,000km high.
Most other Prominences were small, faint and insignificant.
No activity at all was seen on the Sun on the 7th 12th 13th 15th 16th 18th and 26th
Also the Sun appeared to be void of Flares, Filaments, Faculæ and Surges.
Due to bad weather no observations were made on the 1st to the 6th 21st 25th 29th & 30th.
For the month of July a total of 21 observations were made with the remaining 10 days either cloud covered or rain.
The total average classification value was 0.0 and the relevant total Sunspot number was 0.
Monty Leventhal OAM.