EIT activity report for
2005/05/09 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/05/0616:1223:12 C910758CME  Large long-duration event,
large dimming region to SE,
smaller to NW (constrained by CH)
and wave.
2005/05/0623:1223:48  10756CME  Narrow jet from limb.
2005/05/0707:4808:24 M110756CME  Bright impulsive flare and
another narrow jet, heading
obliquely N from the limb.
2005/05/0710:00       GOES X-ray flux data no longer available.
2005/05/0716:00+     NE New prominence rises, backlit
by a new backside AR nearing
the limb.
2005/05/0800:00+  10758   New flux emerges at WSW edge of AR.
2005/05/0806:2411:24     NW Transient dimming just S of
large Coronal Hole.
No other evidence of eruption.
2005/05/0815:2417:12  10756CME  Two faint puffs above limb.
AR has now rotated off limb
enough to obscure flare activity.
2005/05/0910:48+ C910758   Flare in recently emerged area
of AR, severing loops to E end of AR.

*See note on active region numbers.

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