EIT activity report for
2006/06/26 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2006/06/2309:00      E Small bright loops appear over limb at N05.
2006/06/2320:0021:48     E Flux emergence at N00E40.
2006/06/2410:2811:00  10897CME  From new AR at N05.
Fast (3 frames only) rising loop only
visible in first frame.
2006/06/2413:00+     SE Flows visible along large filament in
S hemisphere.
2006/06/2417:4818:24  10897   Rising prominence from leading edge of
E limb AR absorbs most of the emission
from the bright loops behind.
2006/06/2500:00+     S Continued flows along large filament.
2006/06/2500:2401:36  10897   Dark jet (abortive CME?) from N edge of AR.
2006/06/2509:0009:48  10897   And again. Also continued loop activity.
2006/06/2522:3602:36   CME  Large filament begins to rise slowly,
accelerates and departs at 00:12.
Cross-channel loops remain; dimming region
at SE end of channel refills bt 06:00.
2006/06/2605:3607:25   CME E Fast, narrow, dark jet from E limb.
More likely associated with new AR
behind limb at ~S10 than with AR10897.

*See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman