EIT activity report for
2008/03/20 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2008/03/1908:1212:12  10986CME  Similar to yesterday's event with a dark
cavity. Arcade-like loops form above limb
afterwards. But negligible X-ray flux.
2008/03/1919:1319:36     SE Small flicker in small bipole (large
brightpoint!?) at ~S30E20...
2008/03/1920:3622:00   CME  ...and eruption from same.
Twin dimmings (faint) to N and S.
Simultaneous activity at N edge of S PCH
10-20degr to the SW.
2008/03/2000:00+      Quiet Sun.
There does appear to be an Equatorial
Coronal Hole rotating onto the disk at ~S20.

*See note on active region numbers.

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