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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T20:47:01
2015-08-09T07:13:10 --> 2015-08-09T08:37:34
This two-ribbon C4.2 had one ribbon under the slit, while the other ribbon was to the far left of the slit jaw image.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T20:41:13
2015-08-09T00:48:29 --> 2015-08-09T01:39:38
This small jet occurs to the left of the observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T20:28:34
2015-08-08T13:30:57 --> 2015-08-08T15:32:37
This observation begins with little coronal rain, but almost halfway through a brightening appears off limb and soon an arch of coronal rain is formed, falls, and soon disappears.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T20:22:27
2015-08-08T05:36:21 --> 2015-08-08T06:31:20
This C1.5 flare is shaped in an almost full oval. The bottom portion triggers first, and then the whole oval brightens. The same region light up again, but fainter, towards the end of the movie beginning at 8:59.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T19:59:44
2015-08-08T02:35:48 --> 2015-08-08T03:15:06
This small C-shaped event was a C1.4 class flare.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T19:48:14
2015-08-07T18:10:43 --> 2015-08-07T18:16:47
This observation was focused on the filament in AR12394. However, a C2.0 flare in the lower right of the sunspot was observed with the slit jaw at the end of the movie.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T18:41:33
2015-08-07T05:01:11 --> 2015-08-07T10:59:39
This observation shows coronal rain in the top half of the slit jaw and a stable prominence, apparently originating well behind the limb, in the lower portion of the slit jaw. The two features do not appear strongly connected. The coronal rain forms in several different loops and changes configuration multiple times over the coarse of this observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T18:25:48
2015-08-06T17:04:28 --> 2015-08-06T17:56:41
This raster was done in coordination with BBSO. The filament is to the left of the main sunspot of the region. The filament remains quiescent for the duration of this observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T14:22:37
2015-08-05T20:14:28 --> 2015-08-05T21:06:41
Continued BBSO coordinated observations of the filament to the left of the main sunspot in AR12394. The filament remains quiescent during this observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T14:18:32
2015-08-05T18:14:28 --> 2015-08-05T20:03:29
Continued BBSO coordinated sit-and-stare observations of the filament to the left of the main sunspot in AR12394. The filament remains mostly quiescent during this observation, although there are some faint flows through the bottom half of the slit towards the end of the observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T14:15:05
2015-08-05T16:59:28 --> 2015-08-05T17:51:41
Continued BBSO coordinated observations of the filament to the left of the main sunspot in AR12394. The filament remains quiescent during this observation.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T14:04:04
2015-08-05T11:09:31 --> 2015-08-05T16:06:08
This sunspot in AR12394 shows umbral flashes throughout the observation. In addition, there are periodic brightenings in the lower penumbra.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T13:56:02
2015-08-05T08:56:36 --> 2015-08-05T09:24:44
This small brightening to the left of the sunspot in AR12396 was classified as a B5.2 flare by GOES. There appears to be some twisting motion during the brightening. This observation was made as part of a coordination with SST.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T13:41:02
2015-08-04T19:52:18 --> 2015-08-04T20:44:31
This observation, done in coordination with BBSO, rasters across the filament inside of AR12394. The filament remains stable throughout this observation. The sunspot can be seen in the lower right of the slit jaw image.

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Detected by Nicole Schanche, Submitted at 2016-06-30T13:38:01
2015-08-04T17:47:28 --> 2015-08-04T19:41:58
This observation, done in coordination with BBSO, rasters across the filament inside of AR12394. The filament remains stable throughout this observation.

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Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2016-06-30T12:17:40
2016-06-06T18:20:58 --> 2016-06-06T19:26:03
Small emerging flux region, well-sampled by the slit, containing several brightenings that may be classified as UV bursts.

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Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2016-06-30T11:51:41
2016-06-06T17:39:19 --> 2016-06-06T17:51:24
Several loop-like structures brightening, sampled a few times by the rastering slit.

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Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2016-06-30T11:44:06
2016-06-06T17:07:28 --> 2016-06-06T17:32:08
Near-stationary UV burst crossed a few times by the rastering slit.

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Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2016-06-30T11:31:17
2016-06-06T14:10:54 --> 2016-06-06T14:34:53
Small eruption with several jet-like ejections.

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Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2016-06-30T10:32:45
2016-06-06T07:29:11 --> 2016-06-06T08:43:18
Several small-scale loops brightening (UFS loops?) throughout the observations.

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