EIT activity report for
2005/11/21 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/11/1804:1210:48   CME W Filament near limb (becomes nice prominence)
CME itself departs at 05:48, but continued
loop activity/ flux emergence until 11:00UT.
2005/11/1815:4820:48   CME NW Associated Flare over limb, but neglible
increase in GOES levels.
2005/11/1817:4820:48   CME SE Just N of new AR soon to appear over limb.
2005/11/1900:0002:00 C610822    
2005/11/1900:0015:12   CME  CME is filament in NE, departed by 09:12,
and then takes 6 hours to fill in dimming regions.
2005/11/1905:36+  10823  SW New region emerges at S20W30, just to SW
of 10822.
2005/11/2007:2508:24 C310822   Failed eruption?
Irregular bright material rises above E edge
of AR, then appears to fall towards spot of
opposite polarity.
2005/11/2014:4818:24   CME S Polar crown filament? CM, >S60.
2005/11/2016:0020:48 C110824CME  New region on SE limb.
2005/11/2109:36+  10824   Some loop activity, otherwise quiet sun.

*See note on active region numbers.

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