EIT activity report for
2004/01/09 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/01/0811:1221:12      Data gap
2004/01/0821:1223:48  10534   Continuous low-level loop
reconfiguration. Also in:
2004/01/0821:1223:48  10537   Continuous low-level loop
2004/01/0822:3623:48  10538CME  Dimming. Small S and inverse-S
structures form by 23:12.
Inverse-S destroyed by 23:48;
S-loops brighten until 01:13.
2004/01/0900:24+  10536   Continuous activity in central
FC of AR 10536.
2004/01/0900:2401:48 M?10534CME W Creation of short-lived, rising
bright loops.
ARM no longer recognises region on
W limb as AR 10534.
2004/01/0901:2505:12 M310537CME NE Large flare, wave.
Wave and ejecta propagate due S.
Dimming region edged by thin, bright
fan; loops form between AR and fan
at 03:12.

Second smaller event (arcade) at
N end of AR occurs in last frame.
2004/01/0905:12+      Data gap

See note on active region numbers.

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