EIT activity report for
2005/05/06 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/05/0507:2508:12   CME SE Narrow event from new AR just
rotating over limb.
2005/05/0510:4811:48  10758   What appears to be a failed
filament eruption.
2005/05/0514:3615:00 C310758   From E edge of AR; short event
poorly resolved by 12 min cadence.
2005/05/0516:1217:00  10758   Bright "bar" across AR.
2005/05/0518:4821:48   CME E Behind limb; tops of post-flare
arcade just visible at 23:48..
2005/05/0520:0021:24 C810756CME  One footpoint of CME appears to
some 15-20 deg N of AR.
2005/05/0523:1223:48  10758   Diffuse cusp to SE of AR.
2005/05/0600:00+     E Post-flare arcade from 18:48 CME
continues to grow above limb.
2005/05/0603:1204:48 C910756CME  Same footpoints as 20:00 CME;
fast, dark, narrow ejecta.
2005/05/0608:4811:00  10758   Failed filament eruption again?
2005/05/0611:24+ M110756CME  Again same footpoints as last
two eruptions from AR 10756.

*See note on active region numbers.

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