Time: 17:55 to 18:03 UT
Instrument: 40mm f/10 Coronado Personal Solar Telescope
Eyepiece: 8-24mm Vixen LV Lanthanum zoom
Conditions: Partly cloudy, 1005 millibars, 24 degrees Celsius
I had a great view of a large curving promience (I'm not sure if it was a true loop or not) yesterday afternoon while observing the Sun with my 40mm Coronado PST H-alpha refractor. Several other prominences and a few filaments were visible. Two bright areas were present near the AR 10758 sunspot complex and AR 10759 was rather prominent.