EIT activity report for
2002/04/22 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR OtherPADescription
2002/04/1908:3611:24   9909CME  possible wave NW of AR on disk
2002/04/1912:3614:48   9906CME SW possibly multiple events
2002/04/1918:0004:03      ratty data
2002/04/1919:4820:36   9906   FC activation ESE of AR
2002/04/1923:4800:48   9906  SW broad event, widens to SSW;
possibly from behind limb
2002/04/2001:4807:36   EPL S eruption from S PFC near CM;
see 304 Å image
2002/04/2011:2413:13   9906CME SW  
2002/04/2012:2414:48   9906   activity in FC to SE of AR
2002/04/2015:4816:00 C2 9912CME  appartent dimming near AR
2002/04/2018:1223:12   9915   activity in dense filament/
prominence N of AR
2002/04/2023:3601:25   9915CMEENE filament still rising only slowly
at end of UT day; CME spreads to N
2002/04/2100:1200:36   9915EPLENE filament goes as well
2002/04/2100:4802:00 X1 9906    
2002/04/2101:1303:12   9906CME SW widens to NNW, almost due S;
dimming, wave visible on disk
as far E as 9913; CCD hits
begin to rise by 01:48 UT
2002/04/2117:4818:24 C8 9906CME W small PCME loops from just over limb
2002/04/2200:34    9906CME SW already in progress
2002/04/2206:3606:49 C5 9916   GOES peak is one hour earlier

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