S18E80 Data 2023-04-20
Long Jupiter 108 area 0New region 13285 [S18E80] rotated partly into view on April 20 as S8480 [S18E80]
S18E70 Data 2023-04-21
Long Jupiter 119 area 0New region 13285 [S18E70] rotated partly into view on April 20 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. C1 flares: C1.1 @ 02:14, C1.2 @ 23:41 UT
S18E57 Data 2023-04-22
Long Jupiter 133 area 180Region 13285 [S18E57] 180 was mostly quiet and stable. C1. flares: C1.2 @ 10:07, C1.1 @ 13:17 UT.
S17E29 Data 2023-04-24
Long Jupiter 161 area 220Region 13285 [S17E29] 220 decayed in the trailing spot section and was mostly quiet.
S17E16 Data 2023-04-25
Long Jupiter 176 area 220Region 13285 [S17E16] 220 decayed slowly and quietly.
S17E02 Data 2023-04-26
Long Jupiter -169 area 120Region 13285 [S17E02] 120 gained a number of small spots and was quiet.
S17W11 Data 2023-04-27
Long Jupiter -155 area 240Region 13285 [S17W11] 240 decayed slowly and quietly.
S17W24 Data 2023-04-28
Long Jupiter -142 area 220Region 13285 [S17W24] 220 produced a few flares, probably due to interaction with AR 13288 as that region moves closer. The 2 regions could merge in a few days time.
S16W37 Data 2023-04-29
Long Jupiter -127 area 170Region 13285 [S16W37] 170 was quiet and stable.
S17W50 Data 2023-04-30
Long Jupiter -114 area 140Region 13285 [S17W50] 140 decayed slowly and quietly.
S17W63 Data 2023-05-01
Long Jupiter -101 area 120Region 13285 [S17W63] 120 decayed slowly and quietly.
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.