LASCO Activity Report for
April 19, 2000 SOHO Science Daily Meeting

Planner: K. Schenk

Event times are first frame seen in C2 camera unless otherwise noted.


02:30 UT  SS East	Narrow jet.

08:30 UT  N Pole	Faint CME, wide loop.

09:54 UT  N East	Bright CME, fast.

12:30 UT  N Pole	Wide loop.

14:54 UT  N Pole	Another helmet shaped loop event.

14:54 UT  SS West	Large event. Bright loop front with
			structures.  This developed into a large
			CME due to filament eruption on disk
			in the South West.
			C2 MPG running difference
			C3 MPG running difference


06:06 UT  HALO		Event seen in Corona as a 360 degree halo event.
			Two fronts seen; over North Pole and South Pole
			with emission around occulting disk.  This
			event determined BACKSIDED.

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