00:50 UT S West Split front CME. Bright front with twisted structure. At 02:06 UT a 360 degree HALO event takes place. This HALO determined to be BACKSIDED! At 02:26 UT another bright structure CME from the SSWest with bright flux rope in Southward direction. C2 HALO MPG Running Difference
2000/05/0401:26 UT SS West Large event started during data gap. Twisted structure with jet traveling over South pole. Continued outflow. 04:26 UT West Limb Rough LE multiple event. 2nd event at 05:26 UT with large emission and twisted structure. At 08:26 UT a 3rd event follows behind. At 10:26 UT a 4th event follows with a defined jet-like CME. 08:50 UT N West Faint front event, rough LE. 11:46 UT S West Partial HALO CME. Large loop front CME. with S Western projection. Very fast. Position angle 165-310 degrees wide. Due to M7 flare just over West limb.
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