EIT activity report for
2003/11/20 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2003/11/1915:0016:24 C910501   Can't really call it a flare, as
the onset is not sudden, but it
appears that a set of progressively
higher loops with overarching sigmoid
in AR10501 get energised.
2003/11/1922:1223:12 C6    Much activity in new AR on SE limb
(return of AR10486).
No associated eruption, though.
2003/11/2002:0003:24 M110501   M-class flare, but no apparent
dimming or wave.
2003/11/2003:4805:48      Prominence activity in new AR on SE
limb. No obvious eruption.
2003/11/2007:3609:36 M910501   Compact, but high M-class flare.
Slow-moving wavefront propagates S
from AR, but stopped by coronal hole.
2003/11/20        GOES proton flux increases
(first event from AR10501 to do that)
but no degradation of EIT images.

See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman