EIT activity report for
2002/09/26 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2002/09/2516:1219:00 C210132   AR 132 shows off some post-flare
loops and brightening along what
looks like a "sigmoid". Three
C-class flares reported in time
span [C2.0, C2.3 and C1.3 in GOES].
2002/09/2600:1200:24 C110132   AR 132 starts a fireworks show
with a very fast dimming and
small post-flare loops.
[C1.3 in GOES]
2002/09/2602:1202:24 C310132   AR 132 again provides a bright
compact flare. [C2.9 in GOES]
2002/09/2602:2411:48  10132EPL  Starts to quasi-periodically
billow cool filamentary material
outward along the same path.
coincident with each billow is a
C-class flare from the region.
2002/09/2603:2403:36 C310132   Bright compact flare on East
side of Ar 132. [C3.2 in GOES]
2002/09/2603:5004:12 C410132   Ditto [C4.0 in GOES]
2002/09/2604:1204:36 C110132   Ditto [C1.8 in GOES]
2002/09/2605:1205:24 C110129   AR 129 joins in the show
following a steady build-up
and post flare loops. [C1.3 in GOES]
2002/09/2606:4807:00 C110132   Ditto AR 132 [C1.3 in GOES]
2002/09/2608:1208:24 C110132   Ditto AR 132 [C1.1 in GOES]
2002/09/2610:0010:24 C110132   Ditto AR 132 [C1.3 in GOES]

See note on active region numbers.

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