EIT activity report for
2004/03/12 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/03/1113:2514:12   CME W Narrow backside event.
2004/03/1114:12+  10570   Continued activity in high fine loops.
Material propagates both directions
on S-most loop 14:12 -- 16:00UT.
2004/03/1120:2421:48     SE Another small arcade over limb.
2004/03/1123:3601:48   CME NW Very faint backside CME in 195A,
but spectacular prominence
visible in 304A at 01:19UT
2004/03/1200:12+      Emerging flux/ new AR at about
(N30, E10). Affects adjacent FC
to SW 02:24 -- 02:48UT.
2004/03/1202:4803:00 C210570   Compact brightening at W end of AR,
followed by two dark plumes.
GOES reports only C2, but this is
an order of magnitude above ambient.

See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman