EIT activity report for
2005/01/10 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/01/0720:2420:48    ESE compact loop brightenings in
AR on limb
2005/01/0721:1222:00   CMEENE backside; appear
2005/01/0809:2409:48   CMEENE backside; narrow, toward ESE
2005/01/0807:13       breakup of BP @ (N33, E14);
by 08:12 UT, W half has disappeared
2005/01/0810:38      S possible microjet from BP in
2005/01/0816:1218:48   CMEESE faint; narrow, backside
2005/01/0820:0021:36   CME SW faint; narrow, backside
2005/01/0820:0020:48 C110719   considerably alter than SXR peak
2005/01/0902:4803:36   CMEENE faint; backside, narrow
2005/01/0907:13    CME SW compact loop system overlying
proiminence starts to expand;
gone after data gap
2005/01/0907:13   10719CMEESE beginning of event; possible
filament eruption
2005/01/0907:1309:12      data gap
includes M flare, naturally
2005/01/0909:12    CMEESE sometime during gap
2005/01/0909:2410:00  10719   signs of wave SW, SSW of AR
2005/01/0914:48  C210719   brightening below post-CME loops
2005/01/0914:4815:48  10719CME  southernmost PCL's disappear;
small dimming region S of AR
2005/01/0917:2419:36      data gap
IRTS problem, evidently
2005/01/0921:1323:48     SW prominence strands grow in
height; thicken: usually
considered sign of impengingMbr>
2005/01/09        eruption
2005/01/1006:4809:12      data gap
2005/01/1009:1211:00     SW apparent rotation of prominence

*See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman