Posts By :

alsadeemadmin

960 884 alsadeemadmin

SUNSPOT MONITORING – MAY 8, 2017

Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 8, 2017.

read more

960 884 alsadeemadmin

SUNSPOT MONITORING – MAY 7, 2017

Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory, May 7, 2017.

read more

960 884 alsadeemadmin

SUNSPOT MONITORING – MAY 6, 2017

Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory. May 6, 2017.

read more

960 884 alsadeemadmin

SUNSPOT MONITORING – MAY 5, 2017

Here’s today’s solar image taken from Al Sadeem Observatory.

read more

513 346 alsadeemadmin

THE STARS FOR ALL SEASONS

At the time of this writing, we’re approaching to the period when we experience scorching hot days in the Northern Hemisphere, when many are heading to the beach to have fun or some who stay indoors, irritated with the intense heat and chilling inside their air-conditioned rooms. We generally call this as the “summer season”. However, the proper interpretation of the season we’re in varies from where you are Earth. Specifically, only 2 (dry and wet) in the tropical regions and 4 (winter, spring, summer, autumn/fall) in the temperate regions.

read more

960 788 alsadeemadmin

THE SUN FROM THE OBSERVATORY

The Sun in H-alpha. It has been quiet, with no significant solar activity observed in the past few days except for some prominences seen in the upper and bottom portions of this image.

Note that the circular grayish spot seen on the disk (bottom left portion) is NOT something special, but an output of lens contamination.