EIT activity report for
2009/10/26 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2009/10/2301:3601:48     N microjet from just behind N pole
2009/10/2305:48       apparently simultaneous microjets
from two adjacent BP's around (N70, CM)
2009/10/2309:3610:00  11028   compact dimming in E part of AR
2009/10/2312:0020:00      data gap
2009/10/2401:1223:48  11029   copious loop activity; AR grows
more complex magnetically while
remaining relatively copmpact
2009/10/2403:5004:36   CME SW faint, compact event
2009/10/2411:1212:00   CMEENE very faint, narrow event behind limb
2009/10/2407:3608:36  11029   repeated FC activations in NW part of AR
2009/10/2413:25   11029   loop disapperance in N part of AR;
probable filament eruption
2009/10/2420:12   11029   dimming N of AR
2009/10/2502:2402:48 C111029   compact loop brightening in W part of AR
2009/10/2502:2403:48  11029CME  dimming all around AR; most obvious
wave to N
2009/10/2508:12   11029   loop brightening in W half of AR
2009/10/2508:2408:48  11029   dimming to N of AR
2009/10/2509:1209:24 B811029   loop brightening in center of AR
2009/10/2518:2423:48      AR 1029 considerably dimmer, less active

*See note on active region numbers.

Web curator: Joseph B. Gurman
Responsible NASA official: Joseph B. Gurman, Facility Scientist, Solar Data Analysis Center
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Last revised - J.B. Gurman