EIT activity report for
2003/06/09 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/06/0606:2408:36  10373   Small dimming and apparent
reconfiguration around AR10373.
2003/06/0611:2411:24      Very fast bright point in the
center of the Southern CH.
2003/06/0613:1513:25   CME  Faint CME behind SE limb.
2003/06/0614:0014:36 C310375EPL  Narrow, fast CME with prominence
material. following C2.8 in 10375.
2003/06/0622:3623:48 C110375EPL  More material goes in a
spectacular ejection from AR10375.
2003/06/0700:0000:48 M110375CME  Previous event seems to continue
further bursts.
2003/06/0700:0023:59  10375   Lots of apparent mass "motion"
in this active region.
2003/06/0700:0007:48      Post-event activity on SE limb.
2003/06/0712:0023:59      Nice "slinky" prominence over the
NorthEast limb.
2003/06/0712:2413:36   CME  Fast CME just behind SE limb.
2003/06/0714:2415:36   CME  Another, faint CME behind SE limb.
2003/06/0800:0023:59  10375   AR10375 still varying rapidly,
many C-class flares and compact
loop brightenings.
2003/06/0800:0023:59  10380   AR10380 joins in. Very difficult
to distinguish individual events
same in AR10375.
2003/06/0800:0011:59  10375   fine filamentary ejecta from AR.
2003/06/0806:2410:00  10375EPL  Very faint, filament lift-off to
the NE of AR10375.
2003/06/0806:0006:36 C310380   Very bright, compact brightening
in AR10380. [C3.5 in GOES]
2003/06/0816:1216:36 M410380   Repeat.
2003/06/0900:0012:00      Two ARs keep being very bursty.
2003/06/0902:4805:00      Filament Channel Activation just
NE of disk center.
2003/06/0911:3611:48 M510375   Very bright, fast event in
AR10375. [M4.7 in GOES]

See note on active region numbers.

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