EIT activity report for
2004/06/14 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/06/1300:00+     E AR evolution continues as they
2004/06/13        cross the E limb. Several small
2004/06/13        bursts and reconfigurations occur.
2004/06/1307:1308:00     W Very faint, but fast jet on the W
2004/06/1310:4812:12  10634CME NE Eruption in AR (now 10634) precedes...
2004/06/1313:1313:36 M110634   Arcade structure clearer in diff movie.
2004/06/1314:2416:00  10634   Loop reconfigures and rises obliquely
to solar surface (almost due N)
2004/06/1323:12    CME SW Backside.
2004/06/1323:12      SE Surge from new AR on SE limb
2004/06/1400:00+     E AR evolution continues over limb.
2004/06/1406:4807:25   CME NE Faint, just over limb at N45.
2004/06/1407:1308:00   CME SE Strong dimming in diff movie.

*See note on active region numbers.

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