Maybe you remember the very large solar flare and coronal mass ejection we reported three days ago on March 5. It seems that the Coronal Mass Ejection reached the spacecraft STEREO Behind and the animated image here shows that the Bz component of solar wind remained positive. The time and date can be found in the lower left corner.
That could be one reason why we actually have a time gap on Stereo.
Check Stereo here
All six sunspot regions remain visible. Region 1689 increased a bit. It's now a EAO Beta type group. There are no significant changes in any of the other regions. Largest visible region so far is 1686 and this is now at the south-west limb and will be rotating out of view.
Only occasional C class solar flares are expected for today.
Looking Through Abell 68
Credit: NASA,ESA,Hubble Heritage/ESA-Hubble Collaboration -Acknowledgment:Nick Rose