00:30 UT W Limb Very ragged front toward WSW that fades throughout C3. 20:30 - 23:54 UT LASCO Data Gap (C2 time).
Note: ---- Multible B-class X-ray activity starting at around midday, which is due to the presence of an active region just beyond the east limb. E Limb Slow developmnet of a system of very faint loop fronts since early in the day. difficult to give an exact time of first appearance. 04:30 UT E Limb Faint and diffuse front that apparently fades throughout C2. 15:30 UT SS West Thin jet-like front. 17:30 UT SS West Jet-like front.
Note: ---- Multible B-class X-ray activity continues (NOAA AR 10963). Some C-class events as well. E Limb A relatively big faint twisted structure becomes discernible early in the day (dfficult to give an exact time of first appearance). Pseudo-continuous outflow superposed in the LOS. WIDTH in C3 at 09:18 UT: ~ 30 deg. 17:30 UT ES East Diffuse front precedes the development of a big twisted structure with a bright top. WIDTH of the event in C3 at 03:18 UT (the next day): ~ 50 deg. 18:30 UT NN West Extremely faint loop front. It fades throughout C2.
Note: ---- Multible B-class X-ray activity continues (NOAA AR 10963). Some C-class events as well. EN East Gusty outflow in the form of ragged fronts along the day, at the northern leg of event reported to start at 17:30 UT on previous day. In particular at around 00:54, 02:30, 04:54, and 08:54 UT. ES East Also some ragged fronts at the southern leg of event reported to start at 17:30 UT on previous day. In particular at 09:06 UT. 02:06 UT N Pole Faint and diffuse expanding loop front. WIDTH in C3 at 13:42 UT: around 100 deg. 14:06 UT S West Diffuse fan-like front. 13:54 UT S Pole Diffuse jet-like front. Last C2 image available by the time of writing: 14:54 UT.