EIT activity report for
2004/02/26 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/02/2512:1213:48 C810564  N Surge travels from E to W end of
bright loop linking to poles of AR.
Several smaller (C1) events earlier.
2004/02/2514:2416:48   CME SE Failed(?) filament eruption.
Looks like a whip cracking, rising
up with SW end fixed.
2004/02/2516:4817:40      Data Gap
2004/02/2517:40    CME E One frame only. Just over limb.
2004/02/2518:0020:40     W Shutterless Movie Run.
2004/02/2602:0004:36 X110564CME N After saturation subsides, again
surge travels from E to W along
several bright strands.
Very slow front moves NW, triggering...
2004/02/2606:2408:24  10564  N FC activation NW of AR10564
2004/02/2608:24+      Temporary(?) Data Gap

See note on active region numbers.

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