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
7 21-02-28 12806 New region 12806 [S30E26] emerged 28 feb all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-03-01 12807 New region 12807 [S19E57] emerged on March 1 and was numbered the next day by SWPC all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-03-08 12808 New region 12808 [N19E84] rotated into view on March 8 all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-03-07 12809 New region 12809 [S20E70] emerged on March 7 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-03-16 12810 New region 12810 [N18E80] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-03-25 12811 Region 12811 [N20E08] decayed slowly and was mostly quiet. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-03-21 12812 New region 12812 [N20E80] rotated into all days//on Jupiter map
3 21-04-04 12813 New region 12813 [N20W21] emerged on April 3 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-04-13 12814 Region 12814 [S21W04] decayed slowly and still has a chance of producing C flares all days//on Jupiter map
3 21-04-15 12815 New region 12815 [S20W08] emerged all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-04-15 12816 New region 12816 [S23E85] rotated into view early on April 15 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-04-18 12817 New region 12817 [N18W32] emerged on April 18 as S6825 all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-04-19 12818 New region 12818 [S17E80] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-04-23 12819 New region 12819 [N23W27] was first observed with a tiny spot on April 20 and developed on April 23 when new flux emerged. all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-04-23 12820 New region 12820 [S21E22] emerged quickly on April 23 all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-04-25 12821 New region 12821 [S21W13] emerged late on April 24 all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-05-07 12822 New region 12822 [N19E72] rotated partly into view late on May 6 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. The region is somewhat unstable and produced a long duration M3.9/1N flare at 19:04 UT. A fast CME was observed off the eastern limb all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-05-10 12823 New region 12823 [S22E51] emerged on May 9 all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-05-17 12824 Region 12824 [N19E78] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-05-21 12825 New region 12825 [N17E85] rotated into view on May 21 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-05-25 12826 New region 12826 [N22W34] emerged on May 24. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-05-29 12827 New region 12827 [N11E42] emerged with several spots and is developing further early on May 30. C class flaring will soon become possible should development continue. all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-05-29 12828 New region 12828 [S32E47] emerged on May 29 all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-06-01 12829 New region 12829 [S19E64] was first observed with spots on June 1 all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-06-05 12830 New region 12830 [S26W45] emerged with several spots during the latter half of the day. all days//on Jupiter map
1 21-06-07 12831 New region 12831 [N24W80] emerged on June 6 and was numbered the next day by SWPC as the region rotated partly out of view all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-06-09 12832 New region 12832 [N15E07] emerged with several spots. all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-06-12 12833 New Region 12833 [N24E79] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-06-17 12834 New region 12834 [N20W46] emerged on June 17 all days//on Jupiter map
14 21-06-24 12835 New region 12835 [S18E79] emerged on June 24 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-06-26 12836 New region 12836 [S27E44] emerged on June 26 all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-06-27 12837 New region 12837 [N18E85] rotated into view on June 27 all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-07-03 12838 New region 12838 [N23W75] emerged as 6961 on July 2 and developed quickly corretto E to W all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-07-03 12839 New region 12839 [N20E38] emerged on July 3 on E51 all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-07-06 12840 New region 12840 [N29W48] emerged on July 5 all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-07-08 12841 New region 12841 [S18E76] rotated into view on July 8 all days//on Jupiter map
14 21-07-10 12842 New region 12842 [N24E78] rotated into view. all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-07-12 12843 New region 12843 [S17W47] emerged on July 12 emerged W18 as S6979 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-07-15 12844 New Region 12844 [S43E78] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-07-17 12845 New region 12845 [S16E04] emerged early in the day all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-07-19 12846 Region 12846 [N25E84] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-07-20 12847 New Region 12847 [S25E84] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-07-18 12848 New Region 12848 [N20E59] emerged 18 Jul as S6995 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-07-21 12849 New Region 12849 [S15E84] rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-08-04 12850 Region 12850 [S31W55] decayed slowly and quietly. all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-08-04 12851 New region 12851 [N17E07] emerged on August 4 all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-08-02 12852 New region 12852 [S11E86] rotated into view on August 2 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-08-05 12853 New region 12853 [N25E95] was first observed with a spot on August 8 all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-08-10 12854 New region 12854 [S22W19] emerged on August 10 as S7025 [S22W19] all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-08-10 12855 New region 12855 [N12E73] emerged on August 10 as S7027 [N12E73] all days//on Jupiter map
3 21-08-13 12856 New region 12856 [N15W47] emerged on August 13 as S7029 [N15W47] all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-08-13 12857 New region 12857 [N17E14] developed slowly. The region emerged on August 13 as S7028 [N17E14] all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-08-17 12858 New region 12858 [N13E15] emerged on August 17 as S7034 [N13E15] all days//on Jupiter map
14 21-08-20 12859 New region 12859 [N19E83] rotated into view on August 20 as S7043 [N19E83] all days//on Jupiter map
10 21-08-24 12860 New region 12860 [S28E42] emerged with many spots. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-08-25 12861 New region 12861 [N15E69] emerged on August 25 as S7049 [N15E69] all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-08-26 12862 New region 12862 [S28W66] emerged on August 26 as S7051 [S28W52] all days//on Jupiter map
10 21-09-01 12863 New region 12863 [S17E42] 140 emerged September 1 as S7058 S17E42 in zone A all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-09-03 12864 New region 12864 [N23E22] 30 emerged September 3 12.00 all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-09-03 12865 New region 12865 [N21E26] emerged September 3 as 7060 all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-09-03 12866 New region 12866 [S18E63] emerged September 3 as 7064 all days//on Jupiter map
1 21-09-04 12867 New region 12867 [S18W71] emerged with a few spots. all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-09-05 12868 New region 12868 [S21E32] emerged September 3 and was numbered 2 days later by SWPC. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-09-07 12869 New region 12869 [S35E26] 000 emerged September 7 as 7066 [S35E26] all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-09-08 12870 New region 12870 [S31E70] 10 decayed slightly having emerged the previous day as S7068 [S31E70] all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-09-17 12871 Region 12871 [S29E77] 150 .. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-09-19 12872 New region 12872 [N16E41] 30 emerged September 19 as 7085 all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-09-19 12873 New region 12873 [N26W07] 10 emerged September 19 as 7086 all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-09-19 12874 New region 12874 [S28E09] 10 emerged September 19 as S7088 [S28E09] [S25W26] all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-09-20 12875 New region 12875 [S31W10] 10 emerged September 20 as S7090 [S32W10] [S31W35] all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-09-24 12876 Region 12876 [S22E04] 10 all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-09-26 12877 Region 12877 [S17W00] 10 all days//on Jupiter map
6 21-09-26 12878 Region 12878 [S23E34] 30 all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-09-29 12880 Region 12880 [N30E41] 210 all days//on Jupiter map
1 21-09-28 12881 New region 12881 [N16W20] 10 emerged with a few tiny spots. all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-10-03 12882 New region 12882 [N16E79] 180 rotated into view near noon. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-10-06 12883 New region 12883 [N26W18] 010 emerged with tiny spots 6/10 13 330. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-10-09 12884 New region 12884 [S19W13] 10 emerged with a few spots 9/10 16 331. all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-10-14 12885 Region 12885 [N16W70] 30 was active early in the day producing 2 C flares, then decayed. all days//on Jupiter map
14 21-10-17 12886 New region 12886 [S19E85] 170 rotated into view on October 17 all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-10-21 12887 Region 12887 [S24E79] 150 rotated into view all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-10-23 12888 New region 12888 [S13E80] 20 rotated into view on October 23 as 7146 all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-10-24 12889 New region 12889 [S23E69] 10 rotated into view on October 24 as S7147 [S23E69] all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-10-25 12890 New region 12890 [S18W10] 10 emerged with several spots. all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-10-26 12891 New region 12891 [N18E80] 280 rotated into view producing many C flares and 2 minor M class events. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-10-29 12892 Region 12892 [N27W01] 10 . all days//on Jupiter map
14 21-10-31 12893 New region 12893 [N15E82] 180 rotated into view as 7164. all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-11-04 12894 Region 12894 [S27E80] 010 rotated into view as S7175 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-11-06 12895 New region 12895 [N24E80] 20 on November 6 all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-11-13 12896 New region 12896 [S18E87] 60 rotated into view as 7190 all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-11-14 12897 New region 12897 [N15E90] 80 rotated into view on November 15 all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-11-23 12898 New region 12898 [S32E01] 30 emerged with a few tiny spots. all days//on Jupiter map
2 21-11-26 12899 New region 12899 [S21W62] 20 emerged on November 24 and was numbered by SWPC 2 days later as the region decayed. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-11-26 12900 New region 12900 [S27W11] 50 emerged quickly with many spots. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-11-27 12901 New region 12901 [N15E78] rotated into view with a single spot. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-11-28 12902 Region 12902 [N18E21] 10 emerged with tiny spots. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-12-30 12903 New region 12903 [S17E42] 10 emerged on November 29 and received its SWPC group number the following day. The region decayed slowly on November 30. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-02 12904 New region 12904 [S25E80] 20 rotated into view on December 2 as S7219 [S25E80] all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-12-11 12905 New region 12905 [S11E58] 30 emerged on December 11 as S7231 [S11E58] all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-12-13 12906 New region 12906 [S29E36] 10 emerged after noon with several spots and is developing further on December 14. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
13 21-12-12 12907 New region 12907 [S20E73] 10 rotated into view early on December 12 as S7232 [S20E73] and was numbered by SWPC the next day as new flux emerged along with several spots. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-14 12908 New region 12908 [S21E70] 300 emerged on December 14 as S7237 [S21E70] all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-12-14 12909 New region 12909 [S20E82] 150 rotated into view on December 14 as S7238 [S20E82] all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-11 12910 New region 12910 [N12E53] 20 emerged on December 11 as S7230 [N12E53] 11 all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-16 12911 New region 12911 [N19E68] 20 emerged with spots before noon and developed fairly quickly. all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-12-18 12912 New region 12912 [S11E80] 40 rotated into view on December 18 as S7245 [S11E80] all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-12-17 12913 New region 12913 [S27E69] 10 rotated into view on December 17 as S7243 [S27E69] all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-12-18 12914 New region 12914 [S18E61] 10 emerged on December 18 S7244 [S18E61] all days//on Jupiter map
8 21-12-18 12915 New region 12915 [N17E80] 30 rotated into view on December 18 as S7247 [N17E80] all days//on Jupiter map
12 21-12-21 12916 New region 12916 [S17E80] 100 rotated partly into view with a leading large spot. C and M class flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-21 12917 New region 12917 [S27E43] 10 emerged on December 21 as S7255 [S27E43] all days//on Jupiter map
11 21-12-21 12918 New region 12918 [N20E65] 20 emerged on December 21 as S7254 [N20E65] all days//on Jupiter map
9 21-12-26 12919 Region 12919 [S12E53] 20 was quiet and stable. all days//on Jupiter map
7 21-12-26 12920 New region 12920 [S18W30] 30 emerged on December 22 and was numbered by SWPC 4 days later as the region developed fairly quickly. C1 flares: C1.4 @ 18:59 UT. all days//on Jupiter map
4 21-12-28 12921 New region 12921 [N30W61] 110 emerged on December 26 with SWPC numbering the region 2 days later. all days//on Jupiter map
5 21-12-31 12922 New region 12922 [S17E25] 30 emerged on December 30 and was numbered the next day by SWPC as the region developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-01-01 12923 New region 12923 [S30W61] 20emerged on December 30 and was numbered by SWPC 2 days later as the region was decaying. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-01-04 12924 New region 12924 [S30E49] 30 emerged on January 3 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-01-04 12925 New region 12925 [S32E80] rotated into view on January 4 as S7280 [S32E80] all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-01-07 12926 New region 12926 [N21E18] 10 emerged with tiny spots. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-01-08 12927 New region 12927 [S20E79] 80 rotated into view as S7286 [S20E79] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-01-11 12928 New region 12928 [S20E12] 30 emerged on January 11 as S7289 [S20E12] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-01-13 12929 New region 12929 [N07E09] 10 was first observed on January 9 and numbered by SWPC 2 days later as the region developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-01-13 12930 New region 12930 [N20E08] 10 emerged on January 11 with SWPC numbering the region 2 days later. all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-01-13 12931 New region 12931 [N12W27] 10 emerged first on January 9, became spotless and then reemerged on January 13 whe SWPC assigned it a group number. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-01-15 12932 New region 12932 [N31E62] 20 rotated into view early on January 14 with SWPC numbering the region the next day. A slow decrease in activity was observed during the day. C1 flares: C1.3 @ 07:07 (LDE), C1.1 @ 23:04, C1.6 @ 23:29 UT all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-01-15 12933 New region 12933 [S21E19] 60 emerged on January 13 as S7292 [S21E19] developed all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-01-19 12934 New region 12934 [S24E80] 90 rotated into view on January 19 as S7303 [S24E80] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-01-24 12935 New region 12935 [N27E05] 30 emerged early in the day and developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-01-23 12936 New region 12936 [N15E86] 30 rotated into view on January 23 as S7314 [N15E86] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-01-25 12937 New region 12937 [S19E16] 10 was first observed with spots on January 20, then new flux emerged on January 25 and the region was numbered by SWPC. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-01-26 12938 New region 12938 [N18E68] 10 rotated into view on January 25 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. The region was unstable early in the day, however, activity decreased and only B flares were noted after noon. C1 flares: C1.0 @ 01:56, C1.0 @ 05:53, C1.0 @ 07:16, C1.3 @ 09:15, C1.6 @ 10:24 UT. all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-01-29 12939 New region 12939 [S14E86] 120 rotated partly into view on January 29 as S7324 [S14E86] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-01-30 12940 New region 12940 [N17E61] 160 rotated into view on January 30 as S7325 [N18E73] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-02-02 12941 New region 12941 [N23E90] 180 rotated partly into view on February 2 as S7334 [N23E90] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-02-05 12942 New region 12942 [S12W48] 20 emerged on February 5 as S7340 [S12W48] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-02-06 12943 New region 12943 [S20E79] 20 rotated into view on February 6 as S7343 [S20E79] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-01-30 12944 New region 12944 [S26E72] 20 was first observed with spots on January 30 as S7328 [S26E72] rotated all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-02-10 12945 New region 12945 [S20W21] 30 emerged on February 10 as S7346 [S20W21] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-02-10 12946 New region 12946 [S09E79] 90 rotated into view on February 10 as S7349 [S09E79] all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-02-13 12947 New region 12947 [N15W42] 40 emerged on February 13 as S7356 [N15W42] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-02-13 12948 New region 12948 [S26E69] 80 began to emerge late on February 13 as S7357 [S26E69] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-02-15 12949 New region 12949 [N25E08] 20 emerged on February 14 as S7360 [N25E08] all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-02-16 12950 New region 12950 [N21E47] 20 rotated into view on February 14 and was numbered by SWPC 2 days later. The region developed slowly and was mostly quiet. C1 flares: C1.1 @ 23:31 UT all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-02-15 12951 New region 12951 [S23E13] 10 was observed with spots on February 15 as S7353 [S22E13] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-02-16 12952 New region 12952 [S23E80] 20 rotated into view on February 16 as S7365 [S23E80] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-02-18 12953 New region 12953 [N18E50] 10 emerged on February 18 as S7370 [N18E50] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-02-20 12954 New region 12954 [N18E73] 60 rotated into view early in the day. all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-02-20 12955 New region 12955 [N14E88] 50 rotated partly into view on February 20 as S7378 [N14E88] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-02-25 12956 New region 12956 [N26E43] 10 emerged on February 25 as S7387 [N26E43] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-02-26 12957 New region 12957 [S12E69] 10 rotated into view on February 26 as S7390 [S12E69] all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-02-27 12958 New region 12958 [N16E65] 10 emerged on February 27 as S7391 [N16E65] all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-03-02 12959 New region 12959 [S18E37] 10 emerged on March 2 as S7399 [S18E37] all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-03-02 12960 New region 12960 [S20E80] 10 rotated partly into view on March 2 as S7400 [S20E80] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-03-05 12962 New region 12962 [N27E55] 30 emerged with tiny spots in an old plage area. There is polarity intermixing near the center of the region. C and M class flaring is possible. C1 flares: C1.7 @ 18:36, C1.0 @ 22:07 UT. The latter flare was incorrectly attributed to AR 12960 by SWPC. all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-03-05 12963 New region 12963 [S18E12] 10 was first observed with spots on March 5 as S7405 [S17E12] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-03-06 12964 New region 12964 [S27W05] 10 emerged on March 6 as S7408 [S27W05] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-03-08 12965 New region 12965 [N22E74] 20 rotated partly into view at the northeast limb. There are signs of trailing spots, so this is likely an E or F-type region. C1 flare: C1.1 @ 22:27 UT all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-03-08 12966 New region 12966 [S22W37] 10 emerged on March 8 as S7412 [S22W37] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-03-11 12967 New Region 12967 [N17E74] 30 rotated as S7421 [N17E74] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-03-13 12968 New region 12968 [S20E42] 10 was observed with spots on March 13. SWPC numbered the region 3 days later when the region was decaying. all days//on Jupiter map
1 22-03-14 12969 New region 12969 [S19W25] 01 emerged on March 10 and was numbered 4 days later by SWPC as the region began to decay. all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-03-14 12970 New region 12970 [S22E19] 10 emerged on March 12 and received its NOAA number 2 days later. The region developed slowly on March 14. all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-03-15 12971 New region 12971 [N18E70] 20 rotated into view on March 15 as S7430 [N18E70] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-03-19 12972 New region 12972 [S27E18] 20 emerged early in the day and developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-03-20 12973 New region 12973 [N19E47] 40 emerged on March 19 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-03-22 12974 New region 12974 [S18E64] 60 rotated into view on March 21 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. Further C class flaring is possible. C1 flares: C1.2 @ 11:07, C1.4 @ 19:21 UT. all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-03-23 12975 New region 12975 [N12E59] 160 rotated into view on March 22 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. The region developed slowly on March 23 and may be developing M class flare potential. C1 flares: C1.0 @ 19:46 UT. A C8.1 flare was recorded at 01:45 UT on March 24. all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-03-22 12976 New region 12976 [N13E88] 400 rotated partly into view on March 22 as S7446 [N13E88] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-03-26 12977 New region 12977 [N21E02] 40 emerged on March 26 as S7452 [N21E02] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-03-27 12978 New region 12978 [S17E78] 180 rotated into view and has M class flare potential. C1 flares: C1.2 @ 15:18, C1.2 @ 16:18 UT all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-03-28 12979 New region 12979 [S20E24] 20 was first observed with spots on March 25. New flux emerged on March 27 and the region was numbered by SWPC on March 28. all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-03-27 12980 New region 12980 [N08W12] 10 emerged on March 27 as S7456 [N08W12] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-03-31 12981 New region 12981 [S26E33] 30 was finally numbered by SWPC, 4 days after rotating into view. The region developed slowly on March 31. C1 flares: C1.4 @ 00:25 UT all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-03-29 12982 New region 12982 [S19E87] 20 rotated into view on March 29 as S7468 [S19E87] 188 all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-04-03 12983 Region 12983 [N24E28] 30 was quiet and stable. all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-04-03 12985 New region 12985 [S19E69] 30 rotated into view on April 2 with SWPC numbering the region the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-03-30 12986 New region 12986 [N13W56] 10 was first observed with spots on March 30 as S7471 [N12E28] 189 347 all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-04-04 12987 New region 12987 [S31E81] 10 rotated into view on April 4 as S7480 [S31E81] 194 all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-04-10 12988 New region 12988 [N15E65] 10 emerged on April 10 as S7487 [N15E65] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-04-12 12989 New region 12989 [N18E74] 10 rotated into view at the northeast limb. all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-04-13 12990 New region 12990 [N15E48] 20 emerged with a few spots. all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-04-13 12991 New region 12991 [S24E78] 60 rotated into view on April 13 as S7493 [S24E78] all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-04-17 12993 New region 12993 [N21E74] 400 rotated into view and has a large leader spot. Further M class flaring is likely. all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-04-17 12994 New region 12994 [N13E77] 350 rotated partly into view and is a complex region capable of producing major flares. The region was the source of an X1.1 flare at 03:34 UT on April 17. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-04-19 12995 New region 12995 [N12E69] 180 rotated into view on April 18 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-04-19 12996 New region 12996 [N23E80] 50 rotated into view on April 19 as S7507 [N23E80] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-04-22 12997 New region 12997 [N12E75] 10 rotated into view on April 22 as S7511 [N11E75] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-04-23 12998 New region 12998 [S20E67] 120 rotated into view early in the day. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-04-25 13000 New region 13000 [S17E82] 50 rotated into view on April 25 as S7519 [S17E82] all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-04-25 13001 New region 13001 [S31E85] 110 rotated into view on April 25 as S7520 [S31E85] all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-04-26 13002 New region 13002 [N14E57] 10 emerged on April 26 as S7524 [N14E57] all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-04-28 13003 New region 13003 [S23E65] 20 emerged on April 28 as S7532 [S23E65] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-04-27 13004 New region 13004 [S16E78] 30 was first observed with spots on April 27 as S7529 [S14E78] 217 350 all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-05-01 13005 New region 13005 [N20E17] 20 emerged with a tiny spot on May 1 as S7535 [N22E17] all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-05-04 13006 New region 13006 [S25E68] 50 rotated into view on May 2 and was numbered 2 days later by SWPC. The region appears to be in slow decay but is still capable of producing occasional M class flares. all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-05-07 13007 New region 13007 [S24E79] 60 rotated partly into view on May 7 as S7552 [S24E79] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-05-11 13008 New region 13008 [N16E34] 10 emerged on May 10 and was numbered the next day by SWPC as it developed slowly. all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-05-11 13009 New region 13009 [N14W28] 10 emerged before noon with several spots. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-05-11 13010 New region 13010 [S13E84] 30 rotated partly into view on May 11 as S7563 [S13E84] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-05-12 13011 New region 13011 [N18E75] 30 rotated into view on May 12 as S7565 [N17E75]. all days//on Jupiter map
2 22-05-12 13012 New region 13012 [S13W01] 10 saw new flux emerge on May 12 as S7564 [S13W01]. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-05-11 13013 New region 13013 [S28E69] 10 was first observed with spots on May 11 as S7559 [S28E69] 231 all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-05-13 13014 New region 13014 [N22E53] 100 rotated into view on May 13 as S7570 [N22E81] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-05-13 13015 New region 13015 [N13E54] 60 rotated into view on May 13 as S7569 [N13E79] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-05-15 13016 New region 13016 [S17E84] 100 rotated into view on May 15 as S7572 [S17E84] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-05-15 13017 New region 13017 [N13E78] 20 rotated into view on May 15 as S7574 [N13E78] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-05-16 13018 New region 13018 [S11E68] 20 emerged on May 16 as S7575 [S11E68] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-05-18 13019 New region 13019 [N11E82] 20 rotated into view on May 18 as S7578 [N11E82] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-05-20 13020 New region 13020 [S21E84] 20 rotated into view on May 20 as S7581 [S21E84] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-05-21 13021 New region 13021 [N12E82] 20 rotated into view on May 21 S7584 [N13E82] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-05-23 13022 New region 13022 [S08E71] 10 rotated into view on May 23 as S7591 [S08E71] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-05-25 13023 Region 13023 [S13E65] 180 was quiet and stable. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-05-25 13024 Region 13024 [S34E70] 80 gained tiny trailing spots and was quiet. all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-05-27 13025 New region 13025 [N28W22] 30 emerged on May 27 as S7595 [N28W22] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-05-30 13026 New region 13026 [N17W38] 05 emerged on May 30 as S7605 [N16W08] 249 all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-05-29 13027 New region 13027 [S16E43] 01 emerged on May 29 as S7598 [S19E43] 248 all days//on Jupiter map
2 22-06-04 13028 New region 13028 [N14E52] 10 emerged with tiny spots early in the day, then began to decay. all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-06-03 13029 New region 13029 [S18E75] 10 rotated into view on June 3 as S7613 [S18E75] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-06-09 13030 New region 13030 [N20E76] 140 rotated into view early on June 9 as S7624 [N20E76] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-06-10 13031 New region 13031 [S27E50] 30 emerged on June 10 as S7630 [S27E50] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-06-09 13032 New region 13032 [N20E86] 90 rotated into view on June 9 as S7626 [N21E86] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-06-11 13033 New region 13033 [N16E80] 30 rotated into view on June 11 as S7631 [N16E80] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-06-14 13034 Region 13034 [N01E68] 70 all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-06-14 13035 Region 13035 [S18E52] 50 was quiet and stable. all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-06-14 13036 New region 13036 [S12W54] 50 emerged on June 12 and was numbered by SWPC 2 days later. The region developed further on June 14 and could produce a minor M class flare. There is polarity intermixing in the southern part of the trailing spot section. C1 flares: C1.3 @ 16:02 UT all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-06-08 13037 New region 13037 [S20E62] 20 emerged on June 8 as S7623 [S21E62] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-06-16 13038 New region 13038 [N16E48] 10 emerged on June 15 and developed further on June 16 when it was numbered by SWPC. C1 flares: C1.1 @ 12:40 UT all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-06-10 13039 New region 13039 [N18E48] on June 10 as S7629 [N18E48] 259 354 all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-06-20 13040 New region 13040 [S12E84] 60 rotated into view on June 20 as S7654 [S12E84] all days//on Jupiter map
2 22-06-27 13041 New region 13041 [N15W69] 20 emerged with several spots and was quiet. all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-06-27 13042 New region 13042 [N09W37] 20 emerged on June 27 as S7655 [N08W07] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-06-27 13043 New region 13043 [S13E45] 10 emerged on June 27 as S7659 [S13E46] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-06-27 13044 New region 13044 [S19E37] 10 emerged on June 27 as S7658 [S19E37] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-06-29 13045 New region 13045 [S10E26] 10 emerged on July 28 as 7661 [S10E40] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-06-30 13046 New region 13046 [N17E78] 80 rotated into view on June 30 as S7665 [N18E76] all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-06-30 13047 New region 13047 [S19E36] 50 emerged on June 30 as S7666 [S20E36] all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-07-01 13048 New region 13048 [S08E49] 20 emerged on July 1 as S7668 [S08E49] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-07-02 13049 New region 13049 [S12E74] 10 rotated into view on July 2 as S7669 [S11E74] all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-07-02 13050 New region 13050 [N18E58] 20 emerged on July 2 as S7673 [N18E58] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-07-02 13051 New region 13051 [N27E54] 30 emerged on July 2 as S7672 [N27E54] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-07-04 13052 New region 13052 [N15E69] 30 emerged on July 4 as S7677 [N15E69] all days//on Jupiter map
14 22-07-04 13053 New region 13053 [N14E84] 180 rotated into view on July 4 as S7679 [N14E84] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-07-05 13054 New region 13054 [N21W13] 10 emerged on June 5 as S7682 [N21W13] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-07-06 13055 New region 13055 [S18E77] 130 rotated into view on July 6 as S7687 [S18E77] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-07-09 13056 New region 13056 [S17E80] 60 rotated into view on July 9 as S7693 [S17E80] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-07-10 13057 New region 13057 [N17E70] 220 rotated partly into view on July 10 as S7696 [N16E82] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-07-13 13058 New region 13058 [N15E81] 230 rotated into view on July 13 as S7700 [N15E81] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-07-14 13059 New region 13059 [S07E83] 180 rotated into view on July 14 as S7702 [S07E83] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-07-14 13060 New region 13060 [N12E77] rotated into view on July 14 as S7703 [N12E77] 292 all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-07-16 13061 New region 13061 [N23W25] 40 emerged on July 16 as S7708 [N23W25] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-07-19 13062 New region 13062 [S25E76] 60 rotated into view with a mature spot. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-07-18 13063 New region 13063 [N10E38] 30 emerged on July 18 as S7709 [N10E38] 296 all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-07-19 13064 New region 13064 [N08E45] 30 emerged on July 19 as S7716 [N08E45] 297 all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-07-21 13065 New region 13065 [S19E15] 10 emerged with a few spots. all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-07-24 13066 New region 13066 [S15E29] 30 emerged on July 24 as S7726 [S15E29] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-07-25 13067 New region 13067 [N19E78] 70 rotated into view on July 25 as S7729 [N20E78] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-07-27 13068 New region 13068 [S16E72] 40 rotated into view on July 27 as S7732 [S16E72] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-07-31 13070 New region 13070 [N14E62] 01 emerged on July 31 as S7740 [N14E62] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-08-01 13071 New region 13071 [S18E85] 120 rotated into view late on August 1 as S7741 [S18E85] 309 all days//on Jupiter map
3 22-08-05 13072 Region 13072 [S23W41] 20 decayed early in the day, then developed after noon. all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-08-03 13073 New region 13073 [S33W15] 40 emerged on August 3 as S7745 [S33W15] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-08-05 13074 New region 13074 [S16E68] 120 rotated into view on August 4 and was numbered by SWPC the following day. all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-08-05 13075 New region 13075 [N20E81] 20 rotated into view on August 5 as S7748 [N20E81] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-08-06 13076 New region 13076 [N16E83] 110 rotated into view on August 6 as S7753 [N16E83 all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-08-10 13077 Region 13077 [S18W21] 50 decayed slowly and quietly. all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-08-10 13078 New region 13078 [S23E60] 50 rotated into view early on August 9 and was numbered the next day by SWPC. all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-08-11 13079 New region 13079 [S10E02] 70 emerged on August 11 as S7770 [S10E02] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-08-11 13080 New region 13080 [N20W23] 10 emerged on August 11 as S7769 [N20W23] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-08-11 13081 New region 13081 [N12E70] 240 emerged on August 11 as S7768 [N12E70] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-08-15 13082 New region 13082 [N27E62] emerged on August 15 as S7784 [N27E62] all days//on Jupiter map
5 22-08-15 13083 New region 13083 [S24W17] emerged on August 15 as S7783 [S24W17] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-08-14 13084 New region 13084 [S09E71] 20 emerged on August 14 as S7778 [S09E71] 321 all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-08-20 13085 New region 13085 [N30E28] 50 emerged on August 20 as S7798 [N30E28] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-08-21 13086 New region 13086 [S22E69] 90 emerged on August 21 as S7802 [S22E69] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-08-22 13087 New region 13087 [S15E73] 40 rotated into view on August 22 as S7805 [S15W73] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-08-24 13088 New region 13088 [S28W32] 240 emerged on August 24 as S7809 [S28W32] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-08-24 13089 New region 13089 [S23E70] 150 emerged on August 24 as S7810 [S23E70] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-08-23 13090 New region 13090 [N17E84] 10 rotated into view on August 23 as S7808 [N17E84] all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-08-31 13092 New region 13092 [S10E82] 110 rotated into view on August 31 as S7826 [S10E82] all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-08-31 13093 New region 13093 [S28E68] 20 rotated into view on August 31 S7828 [S28E68] 338 all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-09-02 13094 New region 13094 [N21E79] 120 rotated into view with a mature spot. C1 flares: C1.1 @ 03:15, C1.6 @ 10:06, C1.2 @ 12:26 UT all days//on Jupiter map
2 22-09-04 13095 New region 13095 [S13W30] 30 emerged September 4 as S7836 [S13W30] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-09-05 13096 New region 13096 [N18E82] 30 rotated into view September 5 as S7841 [N18E82] all days//on Jupiter map
8 22-09-06 13097 New region 13097 [S11E16] 20 September 6 as S7839 [S11E16] all days//on Jupiter map
11 22-09-06 13098 New region 13098 [N17E19] 10 emerged September 6 as S7844 [N16E47] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-09-09 13099 New region 13099 [N12E48] 20 emerged September 9 as S7852 [N13E48] all days//on Jupiter map
12 22-09-08 13100 New region 13100 [S24E78] 70 rotated into view September 8 as S7850 [S24E78] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-09-10 13101 New region 13101 [N29W55] 10 emerged with many small spots. C flares are possible. all days//on Jupiter map
13 22-09-12 13102 New region 13102 [S27E76] 240 rotated into view September 12 as S7865 [S27E76] all days//on Jupiter map
9 22-09-10 13103 New region 13103 [S16E07] 30 was first observed September 10 as S7860 [S17E74] 347 2 all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-09-16 13104 New region 13104 [S13W23] 10 emerged September 16 as S7874 [S13W23] all days//on Jupiter map
10 22-09-18 13105 New region 13105 [S16E88] 50 rotated into view as a compact region with many spots as S7876 [S16E88] all days//on Jupiter map
4 22-09-20 13106 New Region 13106 [S11E36] 10 all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-09-21 13107 New region 13107 [S23E62] 120 rotated into view September 20 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. Further M class flares are possible. C1 flares: C1.6 @ 01:19, C1.7 @ 11:05, C1.4 @ 12:50, C1.3 @ 14:03, C1.5 @ 21:35 UT all days//on Jupiter map
7 22-09-21 13108 New region 13108 [S12E17] 10 emerged September 20 with SWPC numbering the region the following day. C1 flares: C1.5 @ 19:27 UT all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-09-21 13109 New region 13109 [N10E01] 30 emerged September 21 as S7883 [N10E01] all days//on Jupiter map
6 22-09-22 13110 New region 13110 [N17E84] 160 rotated into view September 22 as S7884 [N17E84] all days//on Jupiter map
2 22-09-27 13111 New region 13111 [N28E69] 100 rotated into view September 26 and was numbered by SWPC the next day. all days//on Jupiter map

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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.