N10E48 Data 2023-02-12
Long Jupiter 79 area 60New region 13226 [N10E48] 60 emerged on February 12 as S8276 [N10E48]
N10E34 Data 2023-02-13
Long Jupiter 94 area 60New region 13226 [N10E34] 60 emerged on February 12 and developed quickly the next day when it was numbered by SWPC. The region is compact and has multiple small magnetic deltas. Further M class flares are likely.
N10E20 Data 2023-02-14
Long Jupiter 108 area 480Region 13226 [N10E20] 480 gained area and matured in the leading spot section. Two small magnetic deltas were still present late in the day. Further M class flares are likely. C1 flares: C1.7 @ 03:41 UT
N10E07 Data 2023-02-15
Long Jupiter 123 area 420Region 13226 [N10E07] 420 displayed no major changes. Two small magnetic deltas are still present, one in the leader spot, another in the trailing spots section. M class flares are likely.
N10W07 Data 2023-02-16
Long Jupiter 138 area 410Region 13226 [N10W07] 410 decayed slowly and simplified magnetically. C1 flares: C1.3 @ 15:09 UT
N10W20 Data 2023-02-17
Long Jupiter 152 area 390Region 13226 [N10W20] 390 decayed slowly in the trailing spot section and was mostly quiet. An M class flare is possible.
N10W33 Data 2023-02-18
Long Jupiter 166 area 330Region 13226 [N10W33] 330 became more unstable when a small patch of negative polarity flux emerged to the southwest of the largest penumbra. An M class flare is possible.
N10W49 Data 2023-02-19
Long Jupiter -177 area 320Region 13226 [N10W49] 320 decayed significantly losing all mature penumbra on the trailing spots. C1 flares: C1.9 @ 11:31 UT
N10W63 Data 2023-02-20
Long Jupiter -163 area 280Region 13226 [N10W63] 280 decayed further losing spots and area.
N11W76 Data 2023-02-21
Long Jupiter -149 area 210Region 13226 [N11W76] 210 decayed slowly and continued to produce flares.
Stefano Zottele -
S-Spots Data from Jan Alvested Solen info
Position data from Agostino Frosini - Agopax.it Images: Jan Alvested from Solen.info AND Courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams.