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MM#009 Default HESSI Target



Dear RHESSI Collaborators,

Solar activity continues at extremely low levels. The solar disk
remains spotless and no flares occurred in the past 24 hours.
There are several filaments distributed in the northern and also
southern hemispheres, which appear to be oscillating. The target
plage NOAA 12687 is mostly unchanged. It is rotating to the west
limb. We will watch this plage region for one more day. Only very
low activities are likely in the next 24 hours.

The position of NOAA 12687 on November 24 at 12:30 UT is:

S09W59 (824", -166")

See http://www.SolarMonitor.org for images and
http://solar.physics.montana.edu/max_millennium/ops/observing.shtml
for a description of the current Max Millennium Observing Plan.

Regards,

Ying Li (Purple Mountain Observatory / Montana State University)