EIT activity report for
2003/05/30 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/05/2900:0012:00  1365    Continues fireworks.
2003/05/2900:4801:48 X11365    Post flare brightening in
AR10365 [X 1.1 in GOES].
2003/05/2902:0002:24 M21368    Very fast bright flare in
AR10368 [M1.5 in GOES].
2003/05/2902:2404:00  1368 EPL  Previous event followed by
narrow filamentary eruption.
2003/05/2905:2410:24   EPL  Filament Channel Activation in
the North West quadrant. There is
a following filament eruption.
2003/05/2912:0012:12   EPL  Fast just of filamentary
material in South of equatorial
coronal hole.
2003/05/2919:3621:13 M31368 EPL  Bright, broad event in AR10368
with EPL and CME [M2.7 in GOES]
2003/05/3000:4801:12  1368    Fast compact eruption in AR10368.
2003/05/3006:0006:36 C91368    Same place as last event, just
bigger. [C9.4 in GOES]
2003/05/3006:0007:25  1368 EPL  EPL on North West Limb.
2003/05/3007;4811:36   EPL  "slinky"-like filament erupts.
2003/05/3008:0011:00 C41373 CME  Long duration eruption in
AR10373 in North East quadrant.

See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman