EIT activity report for
2003/10/22 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/10/2100:00+  10484   AR10484 is extremely busy with
MANY small scale events/brightenings
2003/10/2103:3605:00      The whole S-E quadrant appears
to go in CME. The event comes
from just behind the limb. Wave
possibly crosses disk and causes
enhancement in NW limb brightness.
2003/10/2108:24  C910484   Very compact flare in center of AR.
2003/10/2117:3623:48 M3 EPL  Beautiful CME again at the SE
limb. As dimming progresses
filamentary material follows.
possible wave extends over to 10484.
2003/10/2200:00+      AR10484 is now officially joined
by AR10485, the source of our
recent waves and CMEs.
2003/10/2201:0011:48 M5 EPL  Another massive flare/CME/wave
combination at the SE limb. This
time the wave disturbs a
filament in AR10484 causing a
dimming. Wave seems to pass
around AR10484 equally to N and S.

See note on active region numbers.

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