EIT activity report for
2002/09/11 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2002/09/1012:1214:50 C210107   AR107 produces a lot of bursty
activity, cuminating in flare
[C2.5 in GOES].
2002/09/1015:0024:00      Swith to JOP155 support 304.
2002/09/1015:0016:36  10105CME  large filament eruption from the
center of AR105.
2002/09/1015:4816:00 C210107   AR 107 continues to be bursty,
produces flare [C2.5 in GOES].
2002/09/1016:0016:48   CME  Prominence eruption on North
East limb.
AR 107 is hyperactive, being
VERY bursty; another flare [C5.6
in GOES].
2002/09/1017:2418:00 M210105   AR105 produces a very bright
flare in 304 [M2.1 in GOES].
2002/09/1022:2422:36   CME  Filament channel
activation/eruption just
north of disc center and to the
West of (leading) AR 104.
2002/09/1100:3601:36   CME  Violent rearrangement in
filament to West of AR 104.
2002/09/1101:4802:12 C210105   Bright flash in center of AR 105
accompanying ejecta from flare
[C2.2 in GOES].
2002/09/1103:0007:00   CME  Dimming on North East limb
followed by new arcade creation.
2002/09/1107:3608:00 M210105   Again, AR 105 produces a flare
[M2.4 in GOES]. This one is less
localized than the others.
2002/09/1108:3014:30      Data Gap

See note on active region numbers.

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