EIT activity report for
2004/05/03 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/04/3016:3617:24  10599   small dimming are to N of AR
2004/04/3021:4822:12  10599   FC activation just N of AR
2004/04/3022:1223:26  10599   jet to NNE from far end of FC
activation
2004/05/0101:13       eruption from FC SSW of AR 0601
2004/05/0101:2504:48      post-CME loops along FC W, WSW of
AR 0601 brighten, expand, dim
2004/05/0113:4814:00 C210601   compact brightening
2004/05/0115:3617:12 C910601CMEWSW wave and dimming to SW, S of AR;
off limb by 17:12 UT
2004/05/0201:2503:12  1601    multiple loop brightenings in
AR; some dimming to SW, S
2004/05/0203:2404:24 C51601 CME  fainter wave; dimming to SW, S of AR
2004/05/0211:1211:24 C81601    
2004/05/0211:3611:48  1601    some dimming to S of AR
2004/05/0212:4814:00   CMEWSW narrow; backside
2004/05/0218:2419:25  1601 CME  dimming E, S of AR
2004/05/0223:1200:48   EPL SE begins during gap in images,
22:26 - 23:12 UT
2004/05/0304:00    CMEWSW small event on limb
2004/05/0305:4807:19   CMEENE large eruptive, bright in 304 Å

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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Last revised - J.B. Gurman