EIT activity report for
2006/02/06 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2006/02/0300:0009:36   CME E Prominence that has been rising since
15:24 yesterday departs.
Limits of eruption maybe 40 degrees of
latitude apart. Small bright loops
visible at limb at end -- maybe small
flare from new AR
2006/02/0302:1207:36     SW FC activation at S30W60.
2006/02/0317:00+     E Diffuse loop activity over limb.
2006/02/0321:00      SW Big prominence no longer visible;
no eruption, but rotated into diffuse
bright corona (maximum column density.
2006/02/0410:3811:48     E Small prominence rises and material travels
N to S along it.
2006/02/0420:3622:36   CME E Flare just behind limb at ~S10.
Tenuous loops depart.
2006/02/0500:00+      Quiet Sun
2006/02/0600:00+      Quiet Sun

*See note on active region numbers.

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