EIT activity report for
2002/09/18 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2002/09/1706:1206:48   CME  Dimming on South West quadrant.
2002/09/1707:1211:48  10114CME  Large, fast dimming above and
around AR. Possible flare with
bright dancing post-flare loops.
2002/09/1708:3608:36      Simulataneous brightenings in
ARs 119 and 115.
2002/09/1713:3624:00      Lot of small scale activity in
small active region complex
coming off East limb.
2002/09/1717:3618:00 C210119   Flare and post flare loops in
AR 119. [C2.8 in GOES]
2002/09/1718:0022:00  10116EPL  Dimming with small filament
eruption. Possible halo event.
2002/09/1721:0023:48  10119   AR 119 is VERY bursty with a lot
of fine structure evolution.
2002/09/1801:2401:36   CME  Small and fast dimming in the
region between ARs 105 and 108
on the South West of the disk.
2002/09/1801:3602:48 C410119   AR 119 produces flare and
post-flare loops. [C4.8 in GOES]
2002/09/1804:1212:00  10119   AR 119 continues its
fine structure evolution.

See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman