EIT activity report for
2007/12/17 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2007/12/1405:0011:48   CME N Prominence (Polar Crown Filament) departs.
2007/12/1409:24   10978   (One frame only) Loops to most NE of AR
take on cusped shape.
2007/12/1412:1217:12  10978   Filament channel activation extending S of AR.
2007/12/1500:4805:36  10978CME  High loops (and above filament?) connecting
AR10978 to small region to S of AR disappear;
small region subsumed into dimming (footpoint).
2007/12/1508:0009:36     SW Small region S of AR10978 reforms.
2007/12/1600:00+  10978   Much ongoing loop reconfiguration/activity...
2007/12/1619:2422:24  10978   ...especially from 19:24UT on, but no evidence
of eruption.
2007/12/1704:3605:48 C210978   Bright loops rise and then fall in AR core.
(best seen in diff movie.)
2007/12/1710:14+  10978   Material flows towards AR on high loops
connected some ~20-30 degrees S of AR.

*See note on active region numbers.

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