EIT activity report for
2007/01/03 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2006/12/2909:1214:36   EPL SW prominence finally thermalizes
completely; erupts
2006/12/2918:4820:36   EPL SW eruption accelerates, possibly with
additional material from beyond limb
2006/12/2919:1323:48      extended, U-shaped FC on disk
@ (S20, W60) erupts; most of filament
appears not to escape
2006/12/3000:0007:25      formation of post-CME loops over FC
where eruption took place
2006/12/3020:3623:48   CMEWSW from returning AR on limb; narrow, faint
2006/12/3107:1308:00 C110933CMEENE narrow
2006/12/3109:4811:48  10933  E post-CME loops
2006/12/3121:12   10933   very compact dimming on W edge of AR
2007/01/0111:1212:12  10934   FC activation, post-CME loops over FC
just N of AR
2007/01/0112:1213:11      data gap (plan upload)
2007/01/0210:00   10933   compact jet from S part of AR
2007/01/0211:2418:48     E apparent closing of high (~ 0.4 solar radii)
loops behind limb
2007/01/02      11th anniversary of EIT first light
2007/01/0307:13   10933   compact jet along loop toward W
2007/01/0307:2507:36  10933   compact dimming area around jet site,
loop now dark
2007/01/0305:0005:48      BP disruption, reformation on N edge of S PCH
(S60, W15)

*See note on active region numbers.

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Last revised - J.B. Gurman