EIT activity report for
2005/05/11 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/05/1005:1210:14 M110758CME  Flare and wave end by 07:25UT, but
dimming region to SW and outflow
(filament?) to NE don't start
to form until ~07:13UT.
2005/05/1009:3611:36  10759   Two small jets SW from AR
towards disk center.
2005/05/1014:2417:48  10759   Two more, larger, jets SW from AR.
2005/05/1019:4823:48 C610759CME  Flare; dimming region and wave
only to SW of AR.
2005/05/1019:4823:48 C6 CME SW Flare loops just visible over
limb from new region.
Since flare is simultaneous with
that in AR 10759, X-ray flux can't
be apportioned.
2005/05/1103:4808:24      DSN Data Gap
(Misses M1 flare).
2005/05/1106:00? M110758   From SE edge of AR. CME possible
based on changes in off-limb
corona over gap...
2005/05/1117:0019:40      Shutterless #19, part 2

*See note on active region numbers.

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