EIT activity report for
2003/05/27 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/05/2406:0009:00      Fast, vary broad dimming around
AR10369. Possible EIT wave. Hard
to tell in Submode 5 difference.
2003/05/2412:0018:00      Filament Channel Activation in
Southern portion of North crown.
2003/05/2419:4822:36   CME  SouthEast behind limb, faint
loop eruption and CME.
2003/05/2505:1215:24      Massive reconfiguration of all
on disk active regions starting
with the 0370/0360 complex and
speading SouthWest.
2003/05/2518:2419:00      Post event loops form on North
East limb.
2003/05/2518:3621:24   CME  More post event loops with what
looks like a very faint CME from
2003/05/2600:0000:00      Go into 304 CME watch to support
MEDOC Observations.
2003/05/2605:3606:12 M210365   Significant, fast brightening in
in AR10365. [M1.9 in GOES]. Ring
of material lights up around region.
2003/05/2606:4810:24   EPL  Beautiful eruptive filament just
North West of disk center.
2003/05/2615:1215:36 C610365   Another brightening around AR10365.
2003/05/2617:4819:19   EPL  Thick, fast jet EPL on the East
limb just North of equator. At
same time something causes FCA
above AR10367.
2003/05/2617:1217:36 C810365   Fast Brightening of AR10365,
[C7.8 in GOES]
2003/05/2622:0023:24   EPL  Eruption, CME on SouthWest limb.
2003/05/2700:0012:00      Same North west region contiues
to eject/pump out material.
2003/05/2701:2401:48 C21367    Compact brightening in AR10367.
2003/05/2703:0004:00 M11365  1 Another brightening (flare) from
AR10365, has "puffy" ejection in
304. [M1.4 in GOES]
2003/05/2706:0007:25 M21365    More post-event fireworks in AR10365

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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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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Last revised - J.B. Gurman