S18E79 Data 2021-06-24
Long Jupiter -128 area 0New region 12835 [S18E79] emerged on June 24
S18E70 Data 2021-06-25
Long Jupiter -118 area 100New region 12835 [S18E70] emerged on June 24
S18E65 Data 2021-06-25
Long Jupiter -113 area 200New region 12835 [S18E65] emerged on June 24 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. C class flares are possible.
S18E51 Data 2021-06-26
Long Jupiter -98 area 320Region 12835 [S18E51] developed further. The region isn t magnetically complex, still occasional C flares are possible.
S18E38 Data 2021-06-27
Long Jupiter -84 area 0Region 12835 [S18E38] was quiet and stable. Occasional C flares are possible.
S18E23 Data 2021-06-28
Long Jupiter -69 area 400Region 12835 [S18E23] developed as new positive polarity flux emerged to the immediate northeast of the largest leading spot. C and minor M class flares are possible.
S18E10 Data 2021-06-29
Long Jupiter -56 area 560Region 12835 [S18E10] gained area and spots. There was a magnetic delta in the northern part of the main penumbra at noon, however, this delta faded later in the day. There is a chance of M class flaring
S18W03 Data 2021-06-30
Long Jupiter -42 area 680Region 12835 [S18W03] became more complex with a weak magnetic delta inside the main penumbra and polarity intermixing in other parts of the region. An M class flare is possible.
S18W17 Data 2021-07-01
Long Jupiter -28 area 770Region 12835 [S18W17] decayed in the trailing and intermediate spot sections while the leading spot section did not change significantly. There is still a weak magnetic delta in the northern part of the huge leader penumbra. Even if the region has displayed little flare activity, there is a chance of an M class flare.
S18W30 Data 2021-07-02
Long Jupiter -13 area 770Region 12835 [S18W30] decayed slowly in the trailing spot section. The region was quiet but does have M class flare potential.
S18W42 Data 2021-07-03
Long Jupiter 0 area 620Region 12835 [S18W42] decayed losing spots and area.
S18W69 Data 2021-07-05
Long Jupiter 29 area 0Region 12835 [S18W69] decayed slowly and was mostly quiet. A C1.1 flare was recorded at 18:24 UT.
S18W83 Data 2021-07-06
Long Jupiter 44 area 300Region 12835 [S18W83] decayed slowly and produced 2 C1 flares