The law latitude bipolar formation of the Southern hemisphere observed from 14.07 to 21.07.06. It consisted from very fine pores and spots in sunspots number exceeded 15 units at times. In the previous Carrington rotation the group was submitted by the region 10896.
The small bipolar structure on the fifth parallel of the Northern hemisphere. The head spot had fine symmetric penumbra. The tail part consisted from very fine pores, from time to time shipped in rudimentary penumbraes. The group was continuation of the new region 10897 and was observed from 22.07 to 3.08.06.
The law latitude bipolar structure of pores observed in the Southern hemisphere from 8.08 to 14.08.06. The group was observed from 9.08 to 21.08.06 at mid latitudes of the Southern hemisphere. After achievement of the central meridian the total area of this group had reached 750 m.s.h.
The result of the region's 10901 steady development in the Southern hemisphere. The bipolar group of the average sizes with powerful penumbraed structures in the head part of the group. It was observed from 21.08 to 2.09.06. In the development 27.08 and 28.08.06 the group had reached the closed structure.
The group appeared in the Southern hemisphere on 31.08.06, near the Western limb. It had gone for limb on 2.09.06 in a stage of appreciable bipolar development. It was observed in the Southern hemisphere from 5.09 to 12.09.06.
The poorly appreciable group of the bipolar configuration. Probably, it was continuation of the region 10903. It had arisen on 5.09.06 at mid latitudes of the Southern hemisphere. The sunspot had penumbra of the average sizes and oblong form. Per separate days tail pores of an opposite magnetic configuration occured. The group was observed till 17.09.06.
The sunspot with precisely expressed symmetric penumbra. The rest of the group 10908 had arisen in the Southern hemisphere on 28.09.06 and moved along the twentieth parallel. Per separate days pores-satellites of opposite polarity were observed near the spot. The spot had reached the Western limb on 9.10.06.
The group had arisen on 28.09.06 on the tenth parallel of the Southern hemisphere. It was the unipolar rest of the broken region 10909 and looked as single por. Per some days around of the spot it was possible to observe hardly appreciable penumbra. The group had disappeared for the limb on 8.10.06.
The small group of the bipolar configuration, tail spot had small symmetric penumbra. The group had appeared at the low Southern latitudes on 29.09.06 near th Western limb and was observed until its set for the limb on 2.10.06.
The single mid latitude pore in the Southern hemisphere. It was observed on 10.10.06 to the West of the central meridian.
The origin of the region is dated 19.10.2006 at the low Southern latitudes near the central meridian. Evoluting from the bipolar configuration of the pores, the group had reached half-closed distribution with small asymmetric penumbraes. At this 22.10.06 the sunspot quantity in the group had come nearer to 25 units. The 25.10.06 the new group had disappeared behind the Western limb.
The group had appeared at the Western limb on 28.10.06. it had arisen on 30.10.06 in the Southern hemisphere, in near-equatorial area. In process of progress to the centre of the Sun disc the group had undergone rough development. The quantity of the separate spots had reached 30 units, many of were embedded in the penumbra pieces of the average sizes. After passage of the central meridian the development of group had changed to the prompt disintegration, and the process had mentioned both head, and tail parts of group, in an identical measure. The group had disappeared for the limb on 9.11.06.
The continuation of the region 10913. In next time the group had arisen in the Southern hemisphere on 31.10.06. The group was situated at mid latitudes. Contrary to the small total area, the group had enough fine pores and spots. The conducting spot had fine penumbra of the symmetric form.
The beginning of the group was fixed on the previous rotation as the region 10915. It had arisen at the East limb on 8.11.06 and per the first days it was as unipolar spot with large penumbra. The next days the spot had rather fine satellites of the opposite magnetic polarity. Despite of the large area the group did not differ by an abundance separate of pores and spots.
The next occurrence of the solar region 10917. It had arisen at the East limb on 8.11.06 and per the first days it was as unipolar spot with large penumbra. The next days the spot had rather fine satellites of opposite magnetic polarity. Despite of the large area the group did not differ by an abundance separate of pores and spots.
The fine law latitude formation in the Southern hemisphere with a stably bipolar configuration. It had arisen near the East limb on 13.11.06. The head spot had fine penumbra of the different symmetry degree. Per separate days it was possible to notice similarity penumbra of the tail spot. The spot had finished the existence as separate pore, had hardly gone up to the Western limb.
The fine law latitude formation in the Southern hemisphere is not having any development. Basically, it had shown itself as unipolar ordinary-looking spot with hardly appreciable penumbra. Per separate days it was possible to notice of the pore-satellite of opposite polarity about conducting spot. It was observed from 14.11 to 21.11.06.
The continuation of the developing region 10921 of the previous rotation. It had arisen at the East limb on 25.11.06 in the Southern hemisphere as unipolar spot with penumbra of the appreciable sizes. After achievement of the central meridian the group had got the tail companion and had got the steady bipolar configuration. Nucleuses with asymmetric penumbra˙ěč were gradually reduced in the sizes. Before it set for the limb on 7.12.06 the group had considerably decreased in the sizes as a result of reduction and lost of penumbraed structures.
The underdeveloped bipolar configuration of the spot and pores at the low latitudes of the Northern hemisphere. In process of the progress on the Sun disc it was slowly broke up, not showing some however of the appreciable activity. It was observed from 27.11 to 8.12.06.
The bipolar combination of the spot with symmetric penumbra and the pore. The group had no any development and had broken up per the next days before its set for the Sun limb. It was observed from 1.12 to 3.12.06.
The sunspot group had arisen at the East limb on 5.12.06 and continued development of the region 10923 of the previous Carrington rotation. The group settled down on the fifth parallel of the Southern hemisphere. For total time of the passage across the Sun disc the group 10930 changed the external shape and magnetic configuration, representing two nucleuses with the general penumbra and small pores. The average area of the region had made 450 m.s.h. and varied during the supervision a little. The group had gone for the Western limb on 17.12.06.
The new occurrence of the region 10930 at the East limb of the Southern hemisphere on 30.12.06. The head spot of the bipolar group had saved advanced penumbra of the almost symmetric form made the basic share of the group's total area. Despite of small quantity of the sunspots in the group, its maximal total area exceeded 300 m.s.h. from time to time. The group had gone for the limb on 12.01.07.
The new group had appeared on 31.12.06 about the region 10933, to the other party of the Sun equator. These two sunspot groups were evidently demonstrated the known law of Sperer, according to it in the epoch of the solar activity minimum the sunspots of the old 11-year's cycle concentrate in immediate proximity from the Sun equator. The fine spot had rudimentary penumbra and was observed until 7.01.07.
The mid latitude bipolar group had appeared on the central meridian of the Southern hemisphere on 8.01.07. The head spot had fine symmetric penumbra. In process of progress to the Western limb the group had lost the tail part. The region was observed until 13.01.07.
The new near-equatorial group of the bipolar configuration had appeared near to the East limb on 13.01.07. And without that the small group was gradually decreased in the sizes, having disappeared for the observer's sight in one week after the occurrence.
The near-equatorial bipolar group was arisen 20.01.07 near to the region 10938, in the Western part of the Sun disc. Despite of the modest sizes and small quantity of spots, the group had got the closed configuration.
The near equatorial sunspot with stable symmetrical penumbra crossed the Sun disc since 27.01 to 8.02. Fine sunspots with against magnetic configuration appeared and disappeared neighbouring the sunspot. Neighbouring the Sun meridian the total region's area reached 300 m.s.h. The continue of the bipolar group 10933.
The big sunspot with asymmetrical irregular penumbra crossed the Sun disc since 25.04 to 8.05 along the tenth parallel of the Southern hemisphere. Umbraed pieces of different magnetic polarity were noticed inside the penumbra.
The crumbling sunspot's chain with developed penumbraes crossed the Sun disc since 1.06 to 13.06 along the tenth parallel of the Southern hemisphere. In the first days the total region's area exceeded 500 m.s.h. Then the group began slowly disintrigate but the very stable head and tail sunspots with symmetrical penumbraes reached the Western limb.
The perceptible sunspot with asymmetrical penumbra crossed the Sun disc since 25.06 to 7.07 along the tenth parallel of the Southern hemisphere. Pores with the opposite magnetic polarity appeared and disappeared neighbouring the sunspot.
The crumbling sunspot's string crossed the Sun disc since 7.07 to 19.07 along the low latitudes of the Southern hemisphere. The group consisted of a stable head sunspot with developed asymmetrical penumbra and an unstable chain of small sunspots behind it. Neighbouring the central meridian the total group's area exceeded 400 m.s.h.
The triangle combination of small sunspots and pores crossed the Sun disc since the equator since 5.12 to 18.12. Neighbouring the Sun meridian the total region's area exceeded 200 m.s.h., and it was counted more twenty sunspots in the group.
The small bipolar group crossed the Sun disc since 23.03 to 1.04 along the Sun equator. Neighbouring the central meridian the total region's area reached 200 m.s.h., and it was counted 10-15 sunspots in the group.
The perceptible bipolar group crossed the Sun disc since 24.03 to 3.04 along the low latitudes of the Southern hemisphere. The bipole consisted of the head sunspot with large penumbra and fine tail sunspots. Neighbouring the central meridian the total region's area reached 300 m.s.h., and it was counted 10-15 sunspots in the group.