EIT activity report for
2003/10/28 daily meeting

Planner: S. McIntosh

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/10/2808:00+      Filament at the S of AR 10486
starts to lift. Looks very
much like sigmoid formation
continues to develop.
2003/10/2808:2409:00      Small filament erupts just
behind E limb at equator.
2003/10/2808:2409:36      Very faint cusp break on
equatorial W limb.
09:48 0:14 04 6  min around active region
before the flare.
09:48 10:1411:48 XX10486EPL  Massive flare near disk
center. Has wave that
spans the entire disk. Quite
an event. [X17.2 in GOES]
09:48 12:3613:48 M610486EPL  Another strong flare in same
location, has filametary lift
and CME.
09:48 13:00+      STRONG Proton storm visible
in all four bandpasses.
09:48 16:1616:24  10484   Compact brightening in AR10484.
16:00      a b coming swamped with
protons. LEB buffer also
filling and image cadence drops.

See note on active region numbers.

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