LASCO Activity Report for
April 28, 2000 SOHO Science Daily Meeting

Planner: K. Schenk

Event times are first frame seen in C2 camera unless otherwise noted.

Point of Interest

Planet Jupiter in C3 field from East side, as of 4/27 08:00 UT.


01:31 UT  West Limb	"Tulip" shaped CME front.  Multiple bright
			event containing different velocities. 

05:30 UT  West Limb	Rough LE fan event.  240 - 320 degrees.  Faint.

12:30 UT  S East	Bright event with 'smoke ring' effect faintly
			in C2 view.  Sizeable.

14:30 UT  N West	Very large loop event. Bright CME.  By
			15:30 UT a small CME from same area erupts
			and pushes this ejection southward.  A cluster
			of large loops in NNWest rise and very slowly
			extend throughout remainder of day.


03:06 UT  NN West	Rising loop cluster in NNWest slowly breaks free.
			Considered probable backsided filament eruption.

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