EIT activity report for
2000/08/22 daily meeting

Planner: K.M.Schenk

DateStartEndGOESAR OtherPADescription
2000/08/2100:12  C29125   NW Region now at limb.
2000/08/2101:4802:12     CM Un-numbered region @ [N31;E1]
produced small wave, poss. CME?
2000/08/2103:36    CME E Small event behind limb.
2000/08/2104:1204:48   CME NE Jet-like event just over limb.
2000/08/2105:36  C49125   NW  
2000/08/2107:3607:48 C39125   NW  
2000/08/2108:00    CME NE Faint, behind limb; produced
post CME loops.
2000/08/2108:3609:12     CM Same area near CM in North
produced dimming/WAVE; CME??
2000/08/2112:1217:36   CMESSE Large filament eruption on disk.
2000/08/2112:48  C29125 CME NW Post flare loops.
2000/08/2114:12   9139   SE Brightening with post arcade.
2000/08/2116:24   9131 CME NW With continued outflow.
2000/08/2117:4818:12  9129 CME SW Narrow jet.
2000/08/2121:3621:53   CME NE Behind limb.
2000/08/2121:36  C39129 CME SW Goes claimed AR 9125 at this time.
2000/08/2200:1200:48 C39131   NW  
2000/08/2200:1200:24  9125 CME NW CME on limb.
2000/08/2200:1202:12   CME NE Fain, slow event, backsided.
2000/08/2201:4803:48  9129 CME SW Near limb, post CME loops.
2000/08/2205:24  C19131   NW Post flare loops with AR 9134.
2000/08/2208:3610:25   CME NW Rising loops over limb,
by 09:36 eruption.
2000/08/2209:48  C39131     
2000/08/2209:4810:36  9129 CME SW Small event.

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