Tabella macchie AR
Days DataEmers AR number First Comment Possible actions
3 20-11-27 12783 Region 12783 [S22W61] decayed slowly and quietly. all days//on Jupiter map
1 20-11-20 12784 N32E28 all days//on Jupiter map
8 20-11-27 12785 Region 12785 [S22E07] developed slowly adding training and intermediate spots. all days//on Jupiter map
10 20-11-27 12786 Region 12786 [S17E26] decayed significantly losing spots and penumbral area. A major flare is possible. all days//on Jupiter map
7 20-11-27 12787 New region 12787 [N29E64] rotated into view on November 26 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
1 20-11-29 12788 2020 all days//on Jupiter map
7 20-11-28 12789 New region 12789 [S25E43] emerged on November 28 (as S6638) and was numbered the next day by SWPC. all days//on Jupiter map
14 20-12-02 12790 Region 12790 [S22E50] was mostly quiet. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
9 20-12-03 12791 New region 12791 [S16E72] ex6644 [S16E72] rotated into view with a tiny spot. all days//on Jupiter map
11 20-12-11 12792 ex S6654 New region 12792 [S21E81] rotated into view late on December 11 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
11 20-12-14 12793 New region 12793 [S15E77] ex 6655 rotated into view on December 13 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. The region developed slowly on Dec.14. all days//on Jupiter map
14 20-12-20 12794 New region 12794 [S16E79] rotated quietly into view with a single large spot. all days//on Jupiter map
12 20-12-24 12795 Region 12795 [S17E55] developed further and has weak polarity intermixing. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-01-15 12796 New region 12796 [S29E20] emerged after noon and developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
10 21-01-16 12797 Region 12797 [S21E90] Old AR 12795 rotated into view at the southeast limb all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-01-18 12798 New region 12798 [S17E70] with AR 12797 originally named as S6700 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-01-22 12799 New region 12799 [N21W30] emerged before noon, development was slow during the latter half of the day. all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-01-25 12800 New region 12800 [N18E07] emerged as S6711 all days//on Jupiter map
3 21-02-02 12801 New region 12801 [N20W45] was first observed with spots on January 30 and numbered by SWPC 3 days later when spots became a little larger. Slow decay was observed in the region after noon. all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-02-19 12802 Region 12802 [N20W50] decayed slowly and quietly. all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-02-19 12803 New region 12803 [N21E66] rotated into view on February 18 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-02-21 12804 New region 12804 [N19W06] emerged on February 21, developed quickly on February 22 and was numbered by SWPC. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-02-22 12805 New region 12805 [S22E00] was first observed with tiny spots on February 19,(as12803) then decayed and was spotless on February 21. New flux emerged on February 22 and the region was numbered by SWPC. C flares are possible all days//on Jupiter map
1 21-02-28 12806 New region 12806 [S30E26] emerged 28 feb all days//on Jupiter map
Stefano Zottele -
S-Spots Data from Jan Alvested Solen info
Position data from Agostino Frosini - Agopax.it