EIT activity report for
2005/02/07 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/02/0400:00+     NW Impressive polar crown prominence.
2005/02/0406:3607:36     SE Dark cavity escaping, just S of
S-most AR on limb.
2005/02/0418:3623:36     NW Filament eruption
2005/02/0423:4801:36 C7   NE Region still mostly on the farside
(otherwise would have been more
2005/02/0501:48+  10732   Activity continues, even though
flare decays.
Region now numbered AR10732.
2005/02/0512:4813:48     SE Small but fast.
more visible in diff images.
2005/02/0517:4819:13     SE Diffuse corona opens.
2005/02/0600:00+  10732   Much loop activity.
2005/02/0602:1206:00     SW Small filament eruption.
Departing dark filament visible
above limb.
2005/02/0607:4808:12 C210732   Difficult to see above background.
2005/02/0615:1216:24     SE Faint; no activity on disk below.
2005/02/0705:2407:13     SE Faint; no activity on disk below

*See note on active region numbers.

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