EIT activity report for
May Day daily meeting

Planner: J.S. Newmark

DateStartEndGOESAR OtherPADescription
2000/04/2815:3617:24   CME SW narrow
2000/04/2818:48  C5 8967    
2000/04/2819:0621:48   CME W from N of 8965 to off limb to NW
2000/04/2902:2403:24   CME  possible backside halo
2000/04/2903:24       eruptive filament, CM, S
2000/04/2903:4805:48   CME  large dimming area, wave to
S, SE of filament channel,
eventually off limb to SSE
2000/04/2912:1215:48   CME  filament eruption, dimming,
just NE of disk center
2000/04/2916:0017:36   CME SE narrow
2000/04/2923:1223:48   CME SE narrow
2000/04/3000:36  C2 8970CME  narrow
2000/04/3004:36    EPL SE  
2000/04/3005:1205:48   CMEESE dimming on disk, NNW of EPL
site, as well
2000/04/3005:3606:48   CME NE backside
2000/04/3007:3609:24   8976CME  dimming begins in N loops of
region, then proceeds spirally (CW),
expanding over most of disk
2000/04/3008:0008:36 C7 8976    
2000/04/3009:48    EPL NE  
2000/04/3011:1011:25   8970   ring brightening, SW of region
(171 Å)
2000/04/3014:36    EPL NW very small
2000/04/3020:00      NW jet, loop activation, transequatorial
2000/04/3022:36    8971   loop activation
2000/05/0100:48    EPL NW  
2000/05/0102:0003:12   EPL W  
2000/05/0107:25       OLD DATA - bad image
2000/05/0110:1611:12 M18971 CME   

Web curator: Joseph B. Gurman
Responsible NASA official: Joseph B. Gurman, Facility Scientist, Solar Data Analysis Center
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Last revised - J.B. Gurman