N11E52 Data 2023-04-14
Long Jupiter 130 area 280Region 13282 [N11E52] 280 continued to develop quickly and is a compact region with a small magnetic delta in the southern central spot section. A major flare is possible. C1 flares: C1.7 @ 09:01, C1.5 @ 18:06 UT
N11E38 Data 2023-04-15
Long Jupiter 144 area 400Region 13282 [N11E38] 400 developed slowly and could produce a major flare.
N11E25 Data 2023-04-16
Long Jupiter 159 area 530Region 13282 [N11E25] 530 decayed slowly after noon and was mostly quiet. The region has weak polarity intermixing and an M class flare is possible.
N11E10 Data 2023-04-17
Long Jupiter 175 area 390Region 13282 [N11E10] 390 decayed in the trailing spot section while the leading penumbra became larger. The region has weak polarity intermixing and an M class flare is possible. C1 flares: C1.6 @ 21:04 UT
N11W03 Data 2023-04-18
Long Jupiter -171 area 410Region 13282 [N11W03] 410 was mostly quiet and stable. There is still a chance of M class flaring.
N11W18 Data 2023-04-19
Long Jupiter -155 area 530Region 13282 [N11W18] 530 gained more intermediate spots and has polarity intermixing. An M class flare is possible.
N11W31 Data 2023-04-20
Long Jupiter -141 area 380Region 13282 [N11W31] 380 gained spots in the leading and intermediate spot sections. The region has polarity intermixing and an M class flare is possible. C1 flares: C1.5 @ 06:41, C1.3 @ 11:47, C1.4 @ 13:12 UT
N11W46 Data 2023-04-21
Long Jupiter -125 area 0Region 13282 [N11W46] developed a small magnetic delta to the southeast of the main penumbra. An M class flare is possible. C1 flares: C1.2 @ 00:22 UT
N12W60 Data 2023-04-22
Long Jupiter -110 area 320Region 13282 [N12W60] 320 decayed slowly and quietly. The region currently has a fairly simple magnetic layout, however, an M class flare is still possible. C1 flares: C1.1 @ 00:56, C1.0 @ 06:19 UT
N10W78 Data 2023-04-24
Long Jupiter -92 area 270Region 13282 [N10W78] 270 rotated partly out of view and was mostly quiet. C1 flare: C1.1 @ 16:22, C1.5 @ 17:27 UT