EIT activity report for
2010/02/16 daily meeting

Planner: J.B. Gurman

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2010/02/1100:0009:12      data gap
2010/02/1111:2415:12      data gap
2010/02/1118:2418:48  11045   emission feature eruption
along FC to SW of AR, apparently
close to surface
2010/02/1119:2520:24 C111046CME  compact dimming to SE of AR;
larger dimming, wave to S on disk;
deflections around AR 11047
at 20:12 - 20:24 UT
2010/02/1120:2423:48      data gap
2010/02/1201:3613:13      data gap (not recoverable)
2010/02/1214:0014:53      data gap
2010/02/1215:4819:13      data gap
2010/02/1221:48   11046   compact brightening immediately
2010/02/1221:4823:12  11045CME NW appears to start on far side, but
ncludes eruption from AR at 22:24 UT
2010/02/1222:3623:12      data gap
2010/02/1306:4810:28 C4   NE rising loops behind limb
2010/02/1312:36  C9   NE bright loop eruption behind limb
2010/02/1312:4813:13   CME NE simultaneous dimmings behind limb
and in FC E of BP @ (N17, E11)
2010/02/1316:36   11046   bifurcated jet toward NW from BP-
like feature on E edge of AR
2010/02/1316:3618:48   CME NW faint; far side
2010/02/1317:2418:36   CME NE far side
2010/02/1320:00   11046   jet toward NE
2010/02/1320:12  C211046   compact brightening in central part
of AR
2010/02/1320:4823:48      data gap
2010/02/1401:2504:12   CMEENE narrow; far side
2010/02/1411:3612:00 C411048 ENE compact eruptive event in emission
wider, fast event on limb
2010/02/1422:1223:12   CME NW narrow, jetlike event; far side
2010/02/1423:1223:48      data gap

*See note on active region numbers.

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