EIT activity report for
2008/06/16 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2008/06/1300:00      E A number of large brightpoints rise
on the trailing side of AR 10998.
First one at N00E50.
2008/06/1303:12      NE Another at N10E80.
2008/06/1304:00      NE And another at N10E55.
2008/06/1308:36      SE And another at S10E50.
2008/06/1317:2004:00      LASCO Calibration sequence; no EIT.
2008/06/1423:2401:36  10998CME  Minimal X-rays, but with post-flare arcade
aligned NS. Twin dimmings aligned EW (but only
for one frame). Propagating dark front visible
in diff movie, but doesn't travel beyond AR.
2008/06/1513:3614:24   CME SE At limb at ~S25. Bright loop tops
visible above limb, but eruption best
2008/06/15        seen in diff movie.
2008/06/1605:4806:48  10998CME  No longer a numbered AR according to NOAA.
Dark loop departs from S edge of AR core/
the bright post-flare loops from Saturday's event.

*See note on active region numbers.

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