EIT activity report for
2004/06/15 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/06/1417:0019:13  10631   FC activation to SW of AR
2004/06/1419:13      N FC activation across Central Meridian.
(One frame only.)
2004/06/1419:3600:48      JOP support in 304A
2004/06/1419:36+  10635  SE Continued loop/prominence activity/
flow in AR (now numbered 10635).
2004/06/1420:0020:48  10634   Sympathetic activity N of equator.
Surge at S end of AR10634
2004/06/1422:36+  10634CME  Second surge at S end of AR;
bright material propagates through
network towards AR10635. More material rises
obliquely to solar surface (almost due N)
2004/06/1500:3600:48   CME  Two frames only. Jet (PC filament?)
from N pole. Backside?
2004/06/1501:13+      CME watch in 195A resumes
2004/06/1501:13+     NE Small but clear prominence on limb.
2004/06/1501:3603:00   CME NE Unsure if associated w/ AR10634
or backside. Very faint.
2004/06/1502:4807:13  10633   Dimming to NE of AR.
2004/06/1506:2408:12   CME SW Backside.
2004/06/1509:2411:00  10635CME  More visible in diff movie.
2004/06/1515:00+      Theatre dark
EIT in CCD Bakeout until 2004/07/04.

*See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman