EIT activity report for
20060619 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2006/06/1601:19+     NW Tall prominence at ~N10--25.
2006/06/1614:0015:28 C10892   From just/overbehind limb; foreground
loops minimally effected.
2006/06/1616:0017:24  10892   Second faster event just to S of above.
One thick bright loop visible in diff image.
2006/06/1616:3621:12  10894   Flux emergence
2006/06/1617:3621:36     N Filling-in of CH boundary at ~N45W10.
2006/06/1710:3815:12  10892   CME? Dark puff emerges slowly from S end
of AR at limb; appears to fade rather than
than depart.
2006/06/1723:1201:48  10892   From just over/behind limb;
Heads almost due S.
(Maybe too far S to be from AR10892...)
2006/06/1810:28      SW Second, more jet-like eruption over limb.
2006/06/1816:0015:24     SW ...And a third
2006/06/1818:4820:48     SW ...And a fourth (but faint)
2006/06/1900:00      SE Tall filament/prominence visible,
preceding new AR rotating over limb
at ~S25.
2006/06/1900:2405:48  10896   Dimming of loops at core of AR.
Refilled/reformed by 05:48.

*See note on active region numbers.

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