Recent Events Reported by ObserversNext
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T06:35:37
2018-11-17T12:00:09 --> 2018-11-19T12:00:09
Emerged around N26, this region had solar cycle 25 polarity. But it failed to become a NOAA active region because the marginal dark areas appeared in continuum images only for limited times and not continuous.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T06:27:02
2018-11-20T23:50:25 --> 2018-11-21T01:00:25
Non-radial eruption, which seems ro be confined.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T06:23:57
2018-11-20T16:10:13 --> 2018-11-20T17:30:13
An eruption from a small region on the visible side near the limb.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T06:17:51
2018-11-18T13:00:09 --> 2018-11-18T15:00:09
This eruption accompanies filament material seen in the 304 A channel.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T06:12:24
2018-11-19T00:55:13 --> 2018-11-19T02:25:13
Similar to the eruptions on 2018/11/18 around 04:30 and 07:30. The source region is still limb-occulted.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T05:39:23
2018-11-18T07:05:25 --> 2018-11-18T08:05:25
Similar to the event around 04:30. This one looks dynamic, but a jet-like structure is seen to leak out.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-11-27T01:12:50
2018-11-18T04:00:09 --> 2018-11-18T05:30:09
A flux-rope-like structure is seen to move out, but it stops at certain heights. The source region seems to be just behind the east limb.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-14T18:29:00
2018-11-04T00:00:09 --> 2018-11-05T00:00:09
Off-limb filament in an overlying coronal cavity seen evolve over the course of 24 hours in the south-east hemisphere.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-14T18:04:58
2018-11-03T00:00:09 --> 2018-11-04T00:00:09
We see a filament breaking up/draining and dispersing into the surrounding environment in the north-eastern hemisphere.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-14T17:44:55
2018-11-03T00:20:09 --> 2018-11-03T05:10:09
Eruption seen in the South-East hemisphere of the Sun. Perhaps associated with a small filament (seen in 304 ?) that erupts, distrubing the overlying coronal loops.
Detected by Roy Smart, Submitted at 2018-11-07T18:07:51
2018-10-21T14:24:26 --> 2018-10-21T14:30:14
Small eruption from loop footpoint, slit catches event
Detected by Roy Smart, Submitted at 2018-11-06T22:29:07
2018-10-17T05:27:24 --> 2018-10-17T05:37:12
Small burst at the edge of a decaying active region.
Detected by Roy Smart, Submitted at 2018-11-06T22:19:45
2018-10-17T01:21:13 --> 2018-10-17T01:35:18
Small eruption in active region
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-06T19:19:40
2018-10-30T23:00:09 --> 2018-11-01T01:00:09
An offlimb filament flanked by hot coronal loops is seen dancing off the north-eastern hemisphere.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-06T18:52:31
2018-10-29T23:00:09 --> 2018-10-30T15:30:09
A filament is seen erupting, expanding outward in the south-eastern hemisphere of ther Sun shortly after 6:00 UT.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-01T21:25:30
2018-10-28T13:00:09 --> 2018-10-29T01:00:09
Video shows the southern hemisphere of the Sun where a large filament erupts (or perhaps a series of filaments?)
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-01T21:04:55
2018-10-26T21:30:09 --> 2018-10-27T14:18:09
Northern Hemisphere, coronal hole. Small but well-behaved coronal loops seen best in 211 ? seem to reconnect as they approach the center of the screen in the associated video, creating brightenings/progagating reconnection ribbons in their viscinity.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-01T20:00:49
2018-10-24T09:54:09 --> 2018-10-24T19:30:09
Small sigmoid-like structure enters the center of the screen in the accompanying video, and erupts around ~14:06 UT as seen in 193 ?. This cutout is from near the Sun center.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-01T17:35:54
2018-10-24T08:06:09 --> 2018-10-25T01:00:09
Surge seen off the south-eastern limb. Also of interest in the accompanying video is the distinct filament to the right of the surge.
Detected by mkocher, Submitted at 2018-11-01T16:52:17
2018-10-22T23:00:09 --> 2018-10-24T01:00:09
In observing the north-eastern solar limb, a small filament (visible in 304 ?) rotates into the center of the frame and erupts ~04:30 UT, propagating a disturbance visible in the hotter 211 ? and 171 ? channels.