Recent Events Reported by ObserversNext
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:44:44
2016-11-09T03:39:03 --> 2016-11-09T03:55:38
Minor flare caught in HOP 306 on AR 12605 (high data-rate version) right at the NW limb. The slit crossed the flare loops at times.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:38:12
2016-11-10T02:47:46 --> 2016-11-10T03:22:02
This HOP 306 IRIS portion on AR 12605 (west limb) captured some bright AR loops, perhaps from a decaying flare. There are some coronal rain falling. The slit crossed the feature, which is unfortunately only covered in the southern edge of the FOV.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:31:51
2016-11-10T10:46:54 --> 2016-11-10T11:11:06
HOP 177, equatorial coronal hole boundary, slit caught UV bursts ?at (Nov 10, 11 UT). These UV bursts occurred repeatedly and was captured in following obs in the same series.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:23:44
2016-11-13T16:30:38 --> 2016-11-13T17:22:36
A minor flare in AR 12610 showing bright flare loops, short in duration and small in size.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:19:55
2016-11-08T22:46:35 --> 2016-11-08T23:38:32
A minor flare on NW limb showing interesting post-flare loops and coronal rain. The UV flare ribbons were right on the limb. Slit crossed both ribbons and off-limb flare loops during the scan.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:12:43
2016-11-09T09:59:52 --> 2016-11-09T10:41:06
Wavy mainly horizontal prominence threads on the NW limb, 2nd day in a row.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-12-01T00:00:05
2016-11-10T07:19:35 --> 2016-11-10T08:19:31
A prominence on the NW limb within a coronal cavity exhibited circular flows in opposite directions, some counter-clockwise (lower-left corner of the prominence) and some clockwise (near the top), Suggestive of mass flows along helical magnetic field lines in the flux rope (cavity).
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2016-11-30T23:41:28
2016-11-08T08:18:58 --> 2016-11-08T09:10:07
A prominence on the NW limb with wavy/oscillating horizontal threads suggestive of presence of waves.
Detected by Joten Okamoto, Submitted at 2016-11-30T09:21:12
2016-11-27T02:26:34 --> 2016-11-27T03:03:04
Non-active AR 12612 produces some brightenings on its penumbrae. One of them is on the IRIS slit, and it has blueshifted spectra both in the Si IV and Mg II lines.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2016-11-30T00:54:24
2016-11-29T17:00:03 --> 2016-11-29T17:30:03
M-class flare we have not see for ages. This one occurred in a rapidly growing AR 12615. Boring flare.
Detected by jinmeng, Submitted at 2016-11-23T18:53:07
2016-11-21T16:16:54 --> 2016-11-21T17:43:18
Coronal jet observed in the south polar coronal hole.
Detected by jinmeng, Submitted at 2016-11-23T19:40:32
2016-11-21T03:07:18 --> 2016-11-21T09:50:06
A failed filament eruption observed near the west limb. The filament showed a fast rising phase with evident twisting flux rope structure and heating process. The filament stopped rising then and all the filament material falled back to the Sun.
Detected by jinmeng, Submitted at 2016-11-21T22:40:31
2016-11-19T18:43:18 --> 2016-11-20T00:04:54
A small eruption with two-ribbon brightening. The eruption seems failed at last with cool materials flowing back to the Sun.
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-12T02:12:25
2016-11-09T19:40:06 --> 2016-11-10T16:00:06
A prominence (i.e. a filament seen at the solar limb) erupts and causes a slow (~220 km/sec) CME (http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20161110.120006.w039.v0211.p107&frame=24&r).
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-12T02:06:18
2016-11-08T18:17:36 --> 2016-11-09T03:10:06
A small flux emergence episode occurs next to a East-West oriented filament (dark absorption feature at the bottom left area of the field of view). The filament activates (sudden brightenings in the 304 (red) and 171 (blue) channels) and begins to lift rapidly, causing a slow (359 km/sec) Coronal Mass Ejection (see http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20161109.012544.w063.v0359.p073&frame=13&r).
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-12T01:47:36
2016-11-08T15:00:06 --> 2016-11-08T22:30:06
A South-North oriented filament (dark absorption feature) becomes unstable and lifts. Traces of cool material seem to move Northward and eventually hit the surface, resulting in brightenings seen in the 171 channel (~1MK). The corona in the original location of the filament seems to become hotter (211 A; ~2MK; green color)
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-09T01:53:43
2016-11-03T18:20:06 --> 2016-11-04T10:10:06
Eruption of a long South-North oriented filament. South and North ends of the filament seem to be close to newly emerging active regions, that presumably modified the corona around them and near the filament. This filament eruption is the source region of a slow CME (207km/sec) seen in LASCO http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20161104.081206.w037.v0207.p266&frame=19&r
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-09T01:23:18
2016-10-30T23:10:54 --> 2016-10-31T00:27:54
The initial stage of a slow CME seen in LASCO on 2016/10/31 00:24 (http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20161031.002406.w069.v0233.p286&frame=11&r). The source AR is behind the solar limb. Oscillations are seen in the ambient corona after the eruption.
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-09T00:52:30
2016-10-30T12:30:06 --> 2016-11-01T02:30:06
Flux emergence occurs in a region of predominantly negative flux (magnetogram is overlayed with red/negative flux and green/positive flux). A filament is seen to lengthen right by the positive polarity of this emerging active region.
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2016-11-08T23:34:57
2016-10-30T02:29:54 --> 2016-10-30T03:26:18
A mini-filament (small scale twisted structure with cool material in 304 channel; red color) erupts and reconnects with the ambient field, making a jet like surge in the corona (211 A; green color).