EIT activity report for
2005/01/31 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/01/2800:3601:48   CME SW Streamer blowoff; S of flare region.
2005/01/2805:36+     SW FC activity at ~S15W45.
2005/01/2808:3611:48   CME S Prominence eruption at ~S50W20
2005/01/2817:4823:24      FC of 08:36 eruption fills in.
2005/01/2819:2621:48  10728   Flux emergence.
2005/01/2821:3622:00   CME SW Fast narrow ejection from behind limb.
2005/01/2901:1306:36  10727   Weak (low B-class) bright point at
SE edge of AR.
Low-level activity continues
2005/01/2909:1211:36     W Flux emergence in un-numbered
region at ~S10W60.
2005/01/2912:2417:24  10727CME  Dimming region to S of AR;
wave propagates only as far as
filament channel.
2005/01/3000:00+      Quiet Sun.
2005/01/3020:4805:12     SE Very fast flux emergence of new
region at ~S10E20...
2005/01/3105:1208:12      ...small dimming to SW of region,
but no obvious flare activity.
2005/01/3106:4807:36     SE Wide and fast, but faint.
(Blows streamer apart in C2 images.)
New region causality uncertain.
2005/01/3107:36+     SE Continued flux emergence into
new region; expansion of region.

*See note on active region numbers.

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