EIT activity report for
2002/07/05 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2002/07/0307:4808:48   EPL SE  
2002/07/0308:0008:24 C310019   compact loops W part of AR
2002/07/0309:0009:12 C110019   compact loop E part of AR
2002/07/0311:48  C710019   rosette in W part of AR
2002/07/0312:1213:13  10019   dimming S of AR
2002/07/0316:0020:48   EPL NE prominence well over limb
finally erupts, due N
2002/07/0316:1219:38   CMEWSW mutliple, faint events
2002/07/0317:2417:36  10011 WSW compact loop on limb
2002/07/0319:48  M110017   compact event, similar to earlier
X flare
2002/07/0320:1220:48 M510017   more area involved, lots of
eruptive stuff
2002/07/0320:2421:36  10017CME SW very fast event
2002/07/0405:00  C410019   eruption toward S from W part of AR
2002/07/0406:4811:48   EPLESE absorption features go into
emission; may never fully erupt
(loops rise to > 0.5 RSun)
2002/07/0406:4807:25   CME SE faint
2002/07/0407:36  M110017   compact loops disappear from E
part of AR; new features appear in W
2002/07/0412:0012:48   CME E faint
2002/07/0415:0015:12 C710017    
2002/07/0417:4818:12  10019   compact brightening with some
eruptive loops
2002/07/0418:0018:48  10019   dimming S, SSW of AR
2002/07/0418:4819:13 C510017 WSW compact loop on limb
2002/07/0418:4820:12   CMEWSW  
2002/07/0421:2421:36  10022   multiple loop brightening
2002/07/0502:12  C110019   compact loop brightening
2002/07/0503:12   10017 WSW loop brightening on limb
2002/07/0503:24   10022   compact loop brightening N of AR,
E of 0019
2002/07/0504:2411:48      data gap
2002/07/0511:48    CME W sometime in preceding 7 hours

See note on active region numbers.

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