EIT activity report for
2007/09/17 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2007/09/1402:0006:12   CME SE slow, twist, emission from area behind
East limb/active region. S11E90.
2007/09/1415:0016:12   CME SE Dark puff (best viewed in diff movie) from
limb just N of this morning's CME.
2007/09/1510:5011:12     E Flux emergence event at S05E35.
Otherwise quiet sun.
2007/09/1610:2811:12   CME SE Flux emergence to NE of unnumbered region
at S10E70 leads to reconnection.
Negligible X-rays; otherwise quiet sun.
2007/09/1706:1208:36   CME SE Backside? Or faint prominence at ~S50.
2007/09/1706:1210:00     SE Flux emergence leads to reconnective disappearance
of BP in CH at S15E35, and subsequent reformation.
Probably purely coincidental with CME.

*See note on active region numbers.

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