S22E47 Data 2023-04-13
Long Jupiter 134 area 50New region 13283 [S22E47] 50 rotated into view on April 13 as S8465 [S23E82]
S22E47 Data 2023-04-14
Long Jupiter 135 area 50New region 13283 [S22E47] 50 on April 14 as S8465 [S24E72]
S22E47 Data 2023-04-15
Long Jupiter 136 area 50New region 13283 [S22E47] 50 on April 15 as S8465 [S24E61]
S22E47 Data 2023-04-16
Long Jupiter 137 area 50New region 13283 [S22E47] 50 rotated into view on April 13 and continued to develop on April 16 when the region received its NOAA number.
S22E33 Data 2023-04-17
Long Jupiter 152 area 40Region 13283 [S22E33] 40 was somewhat unstable and produced several C flares.
S21E20 Data 2023-04-18
Long Jupiter 166 area 40Region 13283 [S21E20] 40 continued to be somewhat unstable, probably due to polarity intermixing.
S21E08 Data 2023-04-19
Long Jupiter 179 area 20Region 13283 [S21E08] 20 decayed slowly and was mostly quiet.
S22W03 Data 2023-04-20
Long Jupiter -169 area 50Region 13283 [S22W03] 50 developed as new flux emerged gaining spots and area. C1 flares: C1.8 @ 03:12, C1.4 @ 14:26, C1.4 @ 19:44, C1.2 @ 21:01 UT
S22W14 Data 2023-04-21
Long Jupiter -157 area 0Region 13283 [S22W14] decayed slowly and the M flare in the afternoon was somewhat surprising.
S22W26 Data 2023-04-22
Long Jupiter -144 area 10Region 13283 [S22W26] 10 decayed slowly and was mostly quiet.
S21W53 Data 2023-04-24
Long Jupiter -117 area 10Region 13283 [S21W53] 10 decayed slowly 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.