EIT activity report for
2007/12/10 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2007/12/0704:2405:24  10977CME  Classic two-ribbon flare with dimming
regions and wave that propagates from
AR (right at disk center) almost to
the limbs (but fades before it gets there).
Other than coronal hole to SE of AR,
wave propagates uniformly and radially.
2007/12/0709:4811:36   CME SW From ~S10W60.
2007/12/0817:2519:25  10977CME  Similar event to yesterday, with twin
dimming regions and wave. Wave dissipates
by ~18:48UT, though.
2007/12/0907:36+  10979  NW Region now numbered AR10979 rotates close
enough to limb to be visible over diffuse
corona. However, no evidence of eruption.
2007/12/0914:1221:12  10978   Reconfiguration of highest loops from
S/SW edge of region.
2007/12/1008:4810:36  10978   Bright material propagates along loops
from trailing edge of AR, but no flaring
or eruption.
2007/12/1010:0011:24   CME NE From new region just behind limb at ~N30.

*See note on active region numbers.

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