EIT activity report for
2006/09/19 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2006/09/1805:3606:24   CME SE Dark loop departs from new AR at
~S10E75. (Most visible in diff movie)
2006/09/1816:1216:48   CME SE Second small eruption most visible in diff.
2006/09/1818:24+     E Region of flux emergence in middle of
CH at ~N10E40.
Continues to grow beyond 00:00UT.
2006/09/1819:1323:12 C1 CME SE Flare in small unnumbered region at
~S10E50 triggers filament eruption
stretching NS to about ~N20.
Southernmost end of ejecta appear to
fall back to disk at 21:24UT.
2006/09/1900:00+      CME Watch now full-res.
2006/09/1905:24+   CME SE Ongoing to DSN data gap at 10:00UT.
B-class flare, FC activation and dimming
from same region as yesterday's activity.

*See note on active region numbers.

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