S21E61 Data 2021-09-03
Long Jupiter -48 area 30New region 12868 [S21E61] emerged September 3 as S7063 [S21E61]
S21E47 Data 2021-09-04
Long Jupiter -32 area 30New region 12868 [S21E47] emerged September 3 as S7063 [S21E47]
S21E32 Data 2021-09-05
Long Jupiter -17 area 30New region 12868 [S21E32] emerged September 3 and was numbered 2 days later by SWPC. C flares are possible.
S21E18 Data 2021-09-06
Long Jupiter -3 area 350Region 12868 [S21E18] 350 developed slowly and quietly.
S21E03 Data 2021-09-07
Long Jupiter 13 area 320Region 12868 [S21E03] 320 decayed in the trailing spot section will the large leading penumbra became a little larger.
S20W09 Data 2021-09-08
Long Jupiter 26 area 260Region 12868 [S20W09] 260 decayed slowly and was the source of a C1.1 flare at 03:14 and a C2.3 flare at 12:58 UT.
S20W21 Data 2021-09-09
Long Jupiter 39 area 260Region 12868 [S20W21] 260 developed polarity intermixing as a negative polarity field formed at the southern edge of the trailing spots.
S20W35 Data 2021-09-10
Long Jupiter 54 area 250Region 12868 [S20W35] 250 decayed and still has polarity intermixing. The region produced the only C flare of the day, a C1.0 long duration event peaking at 21:34 UT.
S20W48 Data 2021-09-12
Long Jupiter 67 area 220Region 12868 [S20W48] 220
S20W62 Data 2021-09-12
Long Jupiter 81 area 200Region 12868 [S20W62] 200 was quiet. The layout of spots indicate that the region could actually be 2 closely spaced groups.