N26E74 Data 2023-02-16
Long Jupiter 57 area 240New region 13229 [N26E74] 240 rotated into view. Further C and M class flaring is likely. C1 flares: C1.6 @ 04:09, C1.5 @ 07:31, C1.8 @ 09:42, C1.4 @ 20:34 UT
N26E60 Data 2023-02-17
Long Jupiter 72 area 400Region 13229 [N26E60] 400 was mostly unchanged and produced several C flares and a major X2 flare. Further major flares are possible. C1 flares: C1.3 @ 04:25, C1.9 @ 07:33 UT
N26E47 Data 2023-02-18
Long Jupiter 86 area 280Region 13229 [N26E47] 280 was mostly quiet recovering from the X2 flare on the previous day. Another major flare is possible.
N26E33 Data 2023-02-19
Long Jupiter 101 area 300Region 13229 [N26E33] 300 developed slowly and was mostly quiet. A magnetic delta is within the leading spot section and another major flare is possible.
N26E20 Data 2023-02-20
Long Jupiter 114 area 310Region 13229 [N26E20] 310 decayed slowly and lost the magnetic delta. C1 flares: C1.9 @ 12:51, C1.9 @ 13:00, C1.9 @ 22:03 UT
N25E07 Data 2023-02-21
Long Jupiter 128 area 240Region 13229 [N25E07] 240 was mostly quiet with the largest spots losing area.
N25W05 Data 2023-02-22
Long Jupiter 141 area 200Region 13229 [N25W05] 200 decayed slowly and quietly. The region still has weak polarity intermixing.
N25W19 Data 2023-02-23
Long Jupiter 155 area 140Region 13229 [N25W19] 140 decayed slowly and quietly.
N26W35 Data 2023-02-24
Long Jupiter 173 area 150Region 13229 [N26W35] 150 developed after noon as new negative polarity flux emerged just northwest of the leading positive polarity spots. This development may have contributed to destabilizing a nearby filament and subsequently the long duration M3 flare later in the day. C1 flares: C1.5 @ 18:09 UT
N26W48 Data 2023-02-25
Long Jupiter -174 area 150Region 13229 [N26W48] 150 decayed slowly but still managed to produce a major flare. C1 flare: C1.2 @ 13:21 UT
N26W61 Data 2023-02-26
Long Jupiter -160 area 130Region 13229 [N26W61] 130 decayed slowly and quietly.
N26W76 Data 2023-02-27
Long Jupiter -144 area 40Region 13229 [N26W76] 40 decayed quickly and was mostly quiet. C1 flares: C1.6 @ 20:43 UT
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.