EIT activity report for
2003/06/03 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/06/0200:0000:00      CME watch in 195 resumes.
2003/06/0208:4809:48  10365CME  Fast, bright ejection from
AR10365 as it crosses the West limb.
2003/06/0212:0012:00  10375   Looks every part as complex as
AR10365 did last week.
2003/06/0212:0015:00 C810375   Lots of post event changes in
AR topology. Looks like it is
building up. [C8.0 in GOES]
2003/06/0215:3616:24   EPL  FAST CME and prominence eruption
just behind West limb.
2003/06/0215:4816:36 C910375CME  Brightening at West lower end of
arcade followed by ejection.
[C9.0 in GOES]
2003/06/0217:3623:48 M210375CME  Flare, dimming, CME and possible
wave in AR10375 [M1.8 in GOES]
2003/06/0300:0008:00  10375   Continues its bursty activity.
2003/06/0308:0011:00      [DSN Gap]

See note on active region numbers.

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