EIT activity report for
2005/02/22 daily meeting

Planner: R.J.Leamon/C.A.Young

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
       highest loops of filament.
02:12+  10735   Continued small scale loop activity.
18:0020:00   CME E Faint, backside. Best seen in diff.
2005/02/1905:2411:00     S Activation of polar crown filament channel
2005/02/1910:5012:36 M410732CME  Only top of flare loops and post-flare
arcade visible above limb.
Erupting materal appears to come from
space between ARs 10732 and 10733
(thus straddling equator).
2005/02/1912:1213:48  10733CME  Second smaller event from AR10733.
Dark plume escapes.
2005/02/2013:4817:48     NW Motion of dark material along filament.
Bright loop forms in center of channel
at 17:12 for one frame only.
2005/02/2015:4818:12  10736CME  Small flare in AR triggers large ``clearing
out'' of coronal materal above limb
2005/02/21        US Federal Holiday
2005/02/2100:36+  10736   Continued small-scale loop evolution.
2005/02/2108:3611:24   CME SE Faint dark eruption from backside.
2005/02/2207:5914:17   EPL NW Erupting Prominence/CME
possibly from AR10736

*See note on active region numbers.

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