EIT activity report for
2004/03/17 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/03/1601:36+     NW Filament continues to lift and writhe.
Begins to lift off/ evaporate at
about 06:36UT, but still visible at
end of 'A' movie at 11:48UT.
2004/03/1615:12      NW Filament tendril no longer visible.
2004/03/1615:2416:12      Prominence at W end of departed
filament also starts to lift off.
2004/03/1616:36+  10572CME  Large-scale disruption/ eruption.
Two-ribbon flare extends all the way
from limb prominence to AR 10572.
Ribbons spread and arcade rises until
2004/03/1616:1217:12  10573   Small flare and dimming region.
Possible ejecta.
2004/03/1618:3619:13   CME NE Eruption of small low-lying filament
at limb.
2004/03/1628:4820:48   CME SE Faint eruption of dark material off limb.
2004/03/1706:3610:24 C110574   Three separate small events forming bright loops
2004/03/1709:2411:48 C110572   Small C-class flare and filament ejection.
AR filament detaches from E end first.
Effects of eruption ``buffet'' tall prominence
NE of AR, but that does not erupt.

See note on active region numbers.

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