S22W04 Data 2023-04-02
Long Jupiter 175 area 80New region 13270 [S22W04] 80 began to emerge late on April 1 with tiny spots, then saw rapid development after noon on April 2. A weak magnetic delta formed in the northern central spots early on April 3 and M class flaring is possible. C1 flares: C1.8 @ 20:29, C1.3 @ 22:08 UT
S22W17 Data 2023-04-03
Long Jupiter -171 area 140Region 13270 [S22W17] 140 developed further gaining area and spots. The region has polarity intermixing and a few small magnetic deltas. M class flaring is possible. C1 flares: C1.2 @ 23:18. C1.0 @ 23:44 UT
S23W30 Data 2023-04-04
Long Jupiter -157 area 140Region 13270 [S23W30] 140 developed further gaining area and spots. Magnetically the region became simpler as the magnetic deltas disappeared and only minor polarity intermixing remains. An M class flare is still possible. C1 flares: C1.4 @ 01:24, C1.7 @ 02:49, C1.3 @ 03:40, C1.2 @ 03:52, C1.3 @ 04:05, C1.5 @ 04:13 UT
S23W44 Data 2023-04-05
Long Jupiter -143 area 140Region 13270 [S23W44] 140 lost spots as small spots merged with the larger penumbrae. The region has minor polarity intermixing. Although the region was mostly quiet, an M class flare is still possible. C1 flares: C1.0 @ 04:18 UT
S23W56 Data 2023-04-06
Long Jupiter -130 area 130Region 13270 [S23W56] 130 decayed slowly and quietly.
S23W71 Data 2023-04-07
Long Jupiter -113 area 120Region 13270 [S23W71] 120 decayed further and was mostly quiet. C1 flares: C1.3 @ 02:49 UT
S23W84 Data 2023-04-08
Long Jupiter -99 area 90Region 13270 [S23W84] 90 rotated partly out of view and was quiet.
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.