Recent Events Reported by ObserversNext
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T06:27:44
2020-01-03T07:15:01 --> 2020-01-03T08:31:01
The jet appeared to be deflected toward the equator due to restructuring of a small region that accompanied counter-clockwise motions.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T06:17:47
2020-01-02T05:00:09 --> 2020-01-02T07:00:09
Perhaps some backside activity. It is seen only in 171 A channel with an extreme scaling.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T06:07:42
2020-01-01T19:00:09 --> 2020-01-01T20:00:09
This seems to be cause by the rapid motion of dark material, presumably part of a filament, which was retracted. Failed eruption in small scale?
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T05:57:08
2019-12-31T22:30:01 --> 2019-12-31T23:50:01
An eruption is seen over the limb especially in 211 A channel. This seemed to be caused by the eruption of a filament to the west of the active region near the limb.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T05:50:14
2019-12-30T01:45:01 --> 2019-12-30T02:45:01
This jet from a high-latitude region was rather bright. It was accompanied by the eruption of cool material, hence another mini filament eruption. No type III radio burst was associated.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T04:57:06
2019-12-29T17:10:13 --> 2019-12-29T18:30:13
Eruption limited in width, followed by a diffuse jet.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-24T01:44:50
2019-12-28T03:35:25 --> 2019-12-28T04:45:25
This event somehow went far from radially. It was as narrow as a jet, but the morphologically it looked more like a plasmoid ejeciton
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-23T23:55:08
2019-12-27T16:00:09 --> 2019-12-27T23:00:09
This appears to be related to destabilization of a filament, but the eruption itself started and evolved slowly and was very diffuse, seen almost exclusively in 171 A channel.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-23T23:37:29
2019-12-27T10:40:13 --> 2019-12-27T12:00:13
This was in a non-numbered region. The eruption took place very quickly even though it was small.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2020-01-23T23:30:13
2019-12-26T18:00:09 --> 2019-12-27T01:00:09
Within the AIA field of view, there seems to be a slow eruption, notable only in 171 A channel. Can this be jist one leg of a bigger eruption? In any case there is no counterpart of CME in LASCO data.
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-01-14T18:12:50
2020-01-03T07:32:23 --> 2020-01-03T08:02:26
IRIS tracked this region during a 4-day timeline. During the first two days, no filament materials is clearly noticed due to a probable eruption slightly before the start of the timeline. However, two-days later, the filament appeared to the field view of IRIS, possibly due to a formation process or refill of some cooler materials. The raster image has a more clearer view of the filament.
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-01-14T18:01:31
2019-12-31T09:33:39 --> 2019-12-31T10:06:08
Some solar materials, located to the south of a prominence, rise and become extended above the solar limb.
Detected by Jacob Parker, Submitted at 2020-01-13T19:44:26
2020-01-11T15:21:45 --> 2020-01-11T15:39:45
While observing AR 12756 on the west limb the IRIS slit perfectly catches a small eruption off limb. The eruption is visible in 3 of 4 slit jaw channels.
Detected by Jacob Parker, Submitted at 2020-01-13T18:48:23
2020-01-08T19:12:43 --> 2020-01-08T20:01:09
While tracking an older unlabeled active region near the east limb IRIS scanned over a small UV burst. The event lasts for most of the observation and is captured by multiple slit positions.
Detected by Jacob Parker, Submitted at 2020-01-13T18:10:00
2020-01-09T06:51:59 --> 2020-01-09T07:21:46
A very short sit and stare observation of AR 12756 that caught a nice small transient brightening.
Detected by Jacob Parker, Submitted at 2020-01-13T17:52:09
2020-01-10T17:07:02 --> 2020-01-10T17:22:34
While tracking AR 12756 IRIS captured a small jet off limb with quite a few slit positions.
Detected by Tiago Pereira, Submitted at 2020-01-06T16:36:07
2019-12-19T11:53:33 --> 2019-12-19T12:49:55
A prominence at the East limb shows a bubble structure. There is one large bubble keeping the unstable prominence up, while several smaller bubbles are also seen in the part closer to the solar North.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-12-26T08:22:20
2019-12-24T05:15:01 --> 2019-12-24T06:15:01
This may be the first EUV wave for several months. It occurred in a region that did not make it to an active region, and the associated flare was at B1.1 (could be much smaller if the background is subtracted).
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-12-26T08:16:44
2019-12-23T12:00:09 --> 2019-12-25T16:00:09
This is AR 12754.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-12-26T08:08:29
2019-12-22T18:00:09 --> 2019-12-25T16:00:09
This is AR 12753.