EIT activity report for
2005/12/23 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2005/12/2202:4806:00  10838CME  Dark loops depart off limb.
2005/12/2206:1208:24  10838CME  Second event with new dimming regions.
2005/12/2209:0011:48 C410838CME  Third distinct eruption, with nice
dimming regions and arcade.
2005/12/2213:2514:12   CME E Fast jet from limb, close to new (large)
region rotating into view.
2005/12/2216:1218:36 C310838CME  Another similar eruption with dimmings
(and a wave?).
2005/12/2223:12   10839   Flux emergence. Simultaneous emergence
in unnumbered region 20 degrees W.
2005/12/2300:0005:24      DSN Data Gap.
2005/12/2307:2608:36  10838   Narrow dark jet from E edge of AR.
2005/12/2308:0008:24   CME E Dark jet from limb (new AR at ~N05).
2005/12/2309:0011:12   EPL SE Prominence in front of new AR on SE limb.
S foot reforms almost immediately.

*See note on active region numbers.

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