The Monster Sunspot/Active Region 3664 that gave us that Incredible Aurora display Friday night.
Here is my image of the beast
Sunspot Group / Active Region #3664 and as a bonus a very Large Prominence on the South western Edge of the Sun.
I ran home at lunch time on Friday to image the Sun, since it finally was clear here in Ohio.
The Sunspot group was 15 Earth’s Wide (120,000 miles wide) so you can imagine how big that Prominence on the edge is.
A solar prominence (also known as a filament when viewed against the solar disk)

This Active Sunspot 3664 region had produced at least Six separate X-ray class flares last week,
which created the Geo-Magnetic Storm, Aurora Borealis, aka Northern Lights we all recently got to witness.

Lunt 60mm/50F H-Alpha Solar telescope, Bisque MyT Mount, QHY290M Cmos Camera, 9ms exp., 70fps, Fire-Capture SER Video,
1800 frames stacked in AS4, Registax6, Adobe Raw CC 2024.

Best Regards,
John Chumack