EIT activity report for
2003/07/28 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/07/2517:1320:36   CME SW faint, backside
2003/07/2517:1317:48      FC activation at (N15, E25)
2003/07/2521:2422:36      absorption features moving along
FC at (N35, E15)
2003/07/2610:00      E jet
2003/07/2612:1213:13   CME E narrow, backside
2003/07/2615:2416:12   CME W faint, backside
2003/07/2617:2417:48  10411CME  small dimming area forms S of AR
on disk, just inside limb
2003/07/2619:3620:36   CME SE faint, backside
2003/07/2621:3622:12      FC activation at (S45, W45)
2003/07/2703:2403:36      FC activation in limited are of
northern part of "bullseye" in CH
2003/07/2705:4807:48      dark area (absorbtion or
dimming?) passing E to W across
NW part of bullseye FC; probably
2003/07/2714:1223:48      growth of new EFR at (N05, W25)
2003/07/2715:18       [USPS logo]Lance Armstrong wins 5th
straight Tour de France
2003/07/2715:4817:48   CMEESE narrow, slowly opening feature
2003/07/2716:0023:48      growth of small, bright EFR in CH
at (S05, W10)
2003/07/2803:1204:00   CMEESE another narrow, slowly opening
2003/07/2808:0009:00   CME NW backside; faint
2003/07/2808:1209:00   CME W backside; faint, may be same event
2003/07/2811:24    EPL  jetlike surge

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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Last revised - J.B. Gurman