EIT activity report for
2004/03/01 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman / R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/02/2614:1214:48   CMEESE faint; barely backside
2004/02/2619:2520:27      gap in CME watch
2004/02/2622:2423:36 M510564   once again, no obvious CME
2004/02/2700:1203:12      rising loop acivates, then small
puff from region at (S13, E65)
2004/02/2704:36   10567   loops in same region brighten:
possibly emerging flux
2004/02/2709:4811:12   CMEESE small filament eruption just
in front of limb.
2004/02/2716:36+  10567   continued low-level brightenings.
2004/02/2800:00+     N large `bird-shaped' coronal hole
centered at CM.
2004/02/2800:00+  10567   continued low-level brightenings.
2004/02/2804:3611:12  10567   FC activity some 20\deg S of AR
extending N to AR.
2004/02/2812:2414:00   CME  filament erupts laterally across
disk from about (N05, E20).
2004/02/2906:1208:00      FC activation extending due S
from about (S15, E15).
2004/02/2920:3623:24   CMEENE faint; barely backside.
loops over limb created, fade by
2004/03/0107:1211:24  10564  NW reconfiguration of loops
(bifurcation of high-level fields)
over limb above AR.

See note on active region numbers.

Web curator: Joseph B. Gurman
Responsible NASA official: Joseph B. Gurman, Facility Scientist, Solar Data Analysis Center
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Solar Physics Branch / Code 682
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Last revised - J.B. Gurman