Here is my Hydrogen Alpha close-up shot of the Sunspot Group or active Region known as AR2781, it is still facing the Earth and should be visible  for a few more days, using a safely filtered solar telescopes or other safe white light projecting methods!  Even though we are still at solar minimum, it is so nice to see the Sun Producing Sunspots in the New Solar Cycle #25, Solar maximum will occur in July of 2025, so it should just get better from here on out. Also our Chances for great aurora displays will increase as we head toward Solar Max in 2025. The Pandemic killed our 2020 trip, So looking forward to resuming our Alaska Aurora photo workshops in 2021 to 2025 too! I captured this image from my backyard Observatory in Dayton, Ohio on 11-07-2020 with my Lunt Hydrogen 60mm/50F Alpha Solar telescope & a QHY290M Cmos camera, 391 frames stacked in Registax6.


Best Regards,

John Chumack