Recent Events Reported by ObserversNext
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-11T00:45:34
2018-10-09T11:15:01 --> 2018-10-09T12:30:37
Another polar jets. There seem to be two jets, but their correspondences with footpoint brightening may not be clear.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-11T00:13:34
2018-10-08T08:35:25 --> 2018-10-08T09:51:01
This marginal oputflow probably came from a minor eruption in a growing region on the backside (20-30 degrees behind the limb).
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-11T00:03:05
2018-10-07T18:40:13 --> 2018-10-07T19:51:01
Nice jet that may be consistent with the Shibata reconnection model. Another jet is seen later closer to the limb.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T23:31:40
2018-10-06T07:55:13 --> 2018-10-06T09:41:13
Hard-to-see filament eruption on a very small scale, mimicking larger ones associated with a CME.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T23:17:51
2018-10-05T18:25:13 --> 2018-10-05T19:25:13
This was quite fast, seen over a short distance.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T22:49:32
2018-10-04T12:30:01 --> 2018-10-04T17:00:01
Slow eruption seen almost exclusively in 171 A images. No clue about the origin.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T22:20:18
2018-10-03T14:10:13 --> 2018-10-03T15:21:01
The eruption looks like a collimated surge or jet with cool material.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T22:04:31
2018-10-02T04:35:25 --> 2018-10-02T05:21:01
The first B-class flare in three weeks, which occurred in the western periphery of AR 12723. It was ejective, producing a weak coronal wave.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T18:51:31
2018-10-01T05:10:13 --> 2018-10-01T07:00:13
A small eruption that can easily escape our attention, but it contains a flux-rope-like structure in 304 A band being untwisted as it erupts in a non-radial direction.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T02:04:21
2018-09-30T12:30:01 --> 2018-09-30T15:10:01
Slow and non-radial eruption, affecting the overlying corona. Only a narrow CME was associated with this eruption (http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20180930.152407.w011.v0321.p070&frame=11&r).
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T01:47:51
2018-09-29T15:00:09 --> 2018-09-29T16:20:09
This small eruption seems to involve a S-shaped filament and flux-rope-like structure, temporary dimming, post-eruption arcade, downflow, etc., which we see in larger eruptions.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-10T01:25:55
2018-09-28T21:40:13 --> 2018-09-29T00:10:13
This occurred at the northern periphery of a coronal hole.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-10-04T22:17:23
2018-09-28T22:15:01 --> 2018-09-28T23:41:01
Mini filament eruption in a quiescent region, best seen in 171 A images.
Detected by Wei Liu, Submitted at 2018-10-04T00:01:49
2018-09-09T15:36:52 --> 2018-09-09T16:25:21
This AR 12721 was tracked for its full disk passage over two weeks. It has an interesting active-region filament sitting between the leading and trailing plages, which is best seen the Mg II k line raster movie, not in SJI movies. The region was undergoing very slow, but continuous decay, with no significant flare activity.
Detected by Tiago Pereira, Submitted at 2018-10-03T09:04:06
2018-09-20T15:41:32 --> 2018-09-20T15:56:12
Coronal rail in side view of AR12722, at the limb.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2018-09-30T21:53:21
2018-09-29T06:00:09 --> 2018-09-30T18:09:09
The region emerged between 29 Sep 2018 and 30 Sep 2018 with Beta configuration and sunspot area of 10 msh. There may be no further development, reflecting the phase of solar cycle.
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2018-09-27T01:17:27
2018-09-22T00:00:09 --> 2018-09-25T13:20:09
Filaments seen at the west limb (also known as solar prominences).
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2018-09-27T00:49:33
2018-09-22T00:00:09 --> 2018-09-23T08:30:09
A small coronal hole near the central meridian seen to vanish (apparently gets "filled in" by coronal plasma emitting in the 211 (2MK), 193 (1.5) and 171 (~1MK) passbands from AIA/SDO. Heating may be caused by small brightenings associated with a small bipole inside the hole.
Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2018-09-26T21:54:12
2018-08-27T19:58:12 --> 2018-08-27T21:35:30
Several UV bursts in AR12720, many of which are caught (partially) by the rastering slit.
Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2018-09-26T21:46:42
2018-08-27T18:15:33 --> 2018-08-27T19:52:51
Few UV bursts in AR 12719, some of which are caught by the raster.