EIT activity report for
2004/03/15 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/03/1212:12+  10570   Continued bright narrow jet-like
events from W end of AR.
2004/03/1223:3601:13 C210570   Bright loops form joining poles in
core of AR.
2004/03/1309:4811:00  10569CMEWSW Small dark puff. Bright point at 10:00UT.
2004/03/1314:00+  10570   Continued bright narrow jet-like
events from W end of AR.
2004/03/1400:12+  10570   Continued bright narrow jet-like
events from W end of AR, especially
00:12, 01:25, 06:24UT.
2004/03/1412:1213:25   CMEWSW Larger, but essentially similar to
09:48 eruption yesterday, from same
region. Bright features (arcade tops?)
just visible overlimb at 13:36UT.
2004/03/1412:3613:36  10572  NW FC activation at about (N30, W30),
just N of AR.
2004/03/1507:3611:48  10572CME NW Filament erupts.
Ejecta departs by 08:48UT
then arcade continues to develop.
2004/03/1511:1211:48   CMEENE Small event just over limb.

See note on active region numbers.


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