EIT activity report for
2004/09/08 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/09/0707:3611:36   CME W Faint dark plume.
2004/09/0712:35+  10671   Continued flux emergence.
Dimming occurs NE of AR, and always
has tight arcade, but no visible
eruption signatures.
2004/09/0714:2415:24   CME E Just behind limb.
2004/09/0715:48+     E Bright post-flare loop activity
visible above limb from 14:24 CME.
2004/09/0719:13   10669   Bright, thick loop linking ARs
10669 and 10670; one frame only.
2004/09/0801:2606:12  10671   Dimming region fills in.
2004/09/0806:00+     E Loops visible above limb from two
new ARs (N and S of equator).
Tall prominence visible between the
two AR loop systems.

*See note on active region numbers.

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