S22E90 Data 2020-11-30
Long Jupiter 38 area 0Region 12790 [S22E50] was mostly quiet. C flares are possible.
S22E75 Data 2020-11-30
Long Jupiter 52 area 0Region 12790 [S22E50] was mostly quiet. C flares are possible.
S22E50 Data 2020-12-02
Long Jupiter 76 area 0Region 12790 [S22E50] was mostly quiet. C flares are possible.
S22E50 Data 2020-12-03
Long Jupiter 77 area 0Region 12790 [S22E50] decayed slowly. A C1.2 flare was recorded at 10:00 and a C1.1 flare peaked at 23:58 UT
S22E24 Data 2020-12-04
Long Jupiter 103 area 0Region 12790 [S22E24] decayed slowly. A long duration C1.6 event peaked at 00:36 UT on December 5. This event was associated with a filament eruption to the north of the region. LASCO imagery covering the hours after this event is not available as this is written. There is a chance a CME was produced.
S22E11 Data 2020-12-05
Long Jupiter 117 area 0Region 12790 [S22E11] was mostly unchanged. The region produced 2 C1 events, first a C1.6 event peaking at 00:36, then a C1.2 flare at 18:06 UT. Both events were associated with small filament eruptions, however, no CMEs were observed.
S21W01 Data 2020-12-06
Long Jupiter 129 area 0Region 12790 [S21W01] decayed slightly and produced another C1 flare, this time C1.6 at 13:27 UT.
S22W14 Data 2020-12-07
Long Jupiter 144 area 0Region 12790 [S22W14] produced a long duration C7.4 event which was associated with an asymmetric full halo CME in LASCO C3 imagery. The initial estimate is that the CME could reach Earth on December 10.
S22W27 Data 2020-12-08
Long Jupiter 158 area 0Region 12790 [S22W27] decayed slowly and quietly.
S22W41 Data 2020-12-09
Long Jupiter 173 area 0Region 12790 [S22W41] was mostly quiet and stable.
S22W54 Data 2020-12-10
Long Jupiter -173 area 0Region 12790 [S22W54] gained a few spots and was mostly quiet.
S22W68 Data 2020-12-11
Long Jupiter -159 area 0Region 12790 [S22W68] decayed losing area.
S22W82 Data 2020-12-12
Long Jupiter -143 area 0Region 12790 [S22W82] decayed quickly and quietly.