EIT activity report for
2005/05/02 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/04/2900:00   10757   Continued flickering loop activity in
both AR 10756 and 10757.
2005/04/2905:3606:48   CME SE From behind limb; ejecta heads
almost due S.
2005/04/2908:4811:00   CME SE Also off-limb, but closer to equator
than earlier event.
2005/04/2917:4819:36   CME SE Faint, only really visible in
diff movie.
2005/04/2920:2423:48 C110756   Bright loop forms along S edge
of AR.
2005/04/3006:4807:48   CME SE Faint narrow loop.
2005/04/3010:2413:36  10757CME  Original flare (but sub C-class)
is in AR 10757, but dimming
region is S of area between
ARs 10756 and 10757.
2005/04/3013:4814:26   CME SE Broad loops, only in diff movie.
2005/05/0114:2416:24   CME SW Broad loops -- footpoints span
30deg of latitude.
2005/05/0116:3617:24   CME SE Can now see tall loops of new AR
rotating over limb.
2005/05/0121:2423:24 C2   SE From new AR over limb...
...ejecta somewhat delayed.

*See note on active region numbers.

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