EIT activity report for
2002/09/23 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2002/09/2012:1215:36  10122   Loop arcade spanning from AR 122
and AR 125 rises and brings cool
material with it.
2002/09/2019:3623:48 C210122EPL  Same cool material bursts. Nice
Jet from AR 122 following small
flare. [C2.5 in GOES]
2002/09/2101:1303:48      Dimming on South West limb.
2002/09/2103:2404:24 C210125   Flare from AR 125 [C2.5 in GOES]
2002/09/2117:3620:00   EPL  Small Eruptive prominence on the
North East limb with dimming.
2002/09/2120:1222:00 C210123   Flare and post-flare loop
brightening in AR 123 [C2.6 in
2002/09/2202:3603:00  10132   Fast dimming just South of AR 132.
2002/09/2209:0012:00   EPL  Large prominence that has been
winding around begins to detach
and erupts at North-East limb.
2002/09/2210:0012:00  10132   Fast dimming around all of AR 132.
2002/09/2212:0023:48      Material slowly leaking from
2002/09/2212:0023:48      AR 132 continues to evolve.
2002/09/2300:0002:00  10115EPL  Very small eruptive filament on
the West limb in AR 115.
2002/09/2302:0008:00  10115   Bright arcade formation.
2002/09/2303:1203:24  10132   Continues to be bursty and give
off very intermittent emission
following violent change. FLARE ?
2002/09/2304:3605:12      Bright flash South of AR 117 -
filament channel activation.
2002/09/2310:4812:00  10119EPL  Filamentary material and loop
arcade lift following small
dimming on the West limb.

See note on active region numbers.

Web curator: Joseph B. Gurman
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Last revised - J.B. Gurman