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Recent Events Reported by Observers

Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-19T19:53:35
2014-09-18T15:44:03 --> 2014-09-18T17:28:03
Coronal wave associated with the eruption from a region hardly larger than an ephemeral region.

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-19T19:52:02
2014-09-18T07:08:03 --> 2014-09-18T12:04:03
Prominence activation (picked up just as SDO came out of eclipse)

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-18T23:48:51
2014-09-17T02:20:07 --> 2014-09-17T05:24:07
Limb eruption

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-17T20:15:28
2014-09-16T00:00:03 --> 2014-09-17T00:00:03
An active region approaching the W limb displays persistent oscilatory behavior in high loops, best seen in 171A, throughout the day, with interruptions, and a quasi-eruption of its high loops around 16UT.

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Detected by anny, Submitted at 2014-09-17T02:40:32
2014-08-07T16:09:03 --> 2014-08-07T22:00:03
The filament takes off, kinks and slowly disappears; hence, from 304A it is hard to tell whether it has erupted. However, a cavity eruption is apparent in 211A to the N of the filament site.

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Detected by anny, Submitted at 2014-09-16T21:40:32
2014-08-05T15:12:03 --> 2014-08-05T18:09:03
A small and otherwise unremarkable spray surge results in the wave-like brightening in the quiet sun region to the North of the surge. A possible interpretation is the existing long-distance connectivity between the site of the surge (periphery of an AR on one side, the end of a filament on the other) and the northern quiet sun region. 171A and 211A did not show any prior evidence to such a connectivity.

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Detected by anny, Submitted at 2014-09-16T21:40:32
2014-08-05T19:36:03 --> 2014-08-06T00:00:03
Two bubble eruptions set off on the opposite sides of the limb at aboht the same time. The 171A channel shows opening loop structures and 211A channel makes the bubble eruptions evident.

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Detected by anny, Submitted at 2014-09-16T21:40:31
2014-08-05T15:12:03 --> 2014-08-05T18:09:03
A small and otherwise unremarkable spray surge results in the wave-like brightening in the quiet sun region to the North of the surge. A possible interpretation is the existing long-distance connectivity between the site of the surge (periphery of an AR on one side, the end of a filament on the other) and the northern quiet sun region. 171A and 211A did not show any prior evidence to such a connectivity.

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-15T22:21:39
2014-09-14T01:12:03 --> 2014-09-14T05:56:03
M2 flare and rapid eruption towards the SW

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-15T22:21:38
2014-09-14T01:12:03 --> 2014-09-14T05:56:03
M2 flare and rapid eruption towards the SW

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Detected by schryver, Submitted at 2014-09-15T22:15:47
2014-09-13T17:56:03 --> 2014-09-14T00:00:03
A filament activation and apparent eruption in the S hemisphere, with likely associated eruption phenomena extending into the trailing AR.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T05:36:19
2014-09-12T16:00:03 --> 2014-09-12T22:00:03
An inverse-S was clear prior to the slow eruption. Coronal dimming is noted in 211 A images. These images emphasize the effects of the eruption rather than the initial part of the eruption - but examine the 304 A images between 17:30 and 17:50 UT.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T05:36:18
2014-09-12T16:00:03 --> 2014-09-12T22:00:03
An inverse-S was clear prior to the slow eruption. Coronal dimming is noted in 211 A images. These images emphasize the effects of the eruption rather than the initial part of the eruption - but examine the 304 A images between 17:30 and 17:50 UT.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T05:13:58
2014-09-12T23:15:35 --> 2014-09-13T01:21:35
This eruption produced flare ribbons, but it did not appear to make it to the interplanetary space as the filament was seen to fall back, especially in the 304 A channel. LASCO observed a bright and fast, but narrow CME.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T05:13:58
2014-09-12T23:15:35 --> 2014-09-13T01:21:35
This eruption produced flare ribbons, but it did not appear to make it to the interplanetary space as the filament was seen to fall back, especially in the 304 A channel. LASCO observed a bright and fast, but narrow CME.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T04:56:59
2014-09-12T21:00:35 --> 2014-09-12T22:50:35
The eruption seems to be preceded by lateral motions of a filament in AR 12162. No GOES flare, but a relatively bright CME.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T04:48:18
2014-09-12T16:20:23 --> 2014-09-12T17:50:23
A similar pattern to the last two examples - an eruption from the small region in AR 12158 disturbing a large area to the north. This one is much smaller and the disturbed area seems to be restricted to northeast.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T04:44:08
2014-09-12T12:00:03 --> 2014-09-12T13:30:03
Again an eruption from the small region in AR 12158 disturbed a large area to north.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-14T04:38:32
2014-09-12T09:35:23 --> 2014-09-12T11:15:23
A large area north of AR 12158 was disturbed. Although a small region in AR 12158 (central north) brightened, there is no larger agent seen to propagate to the disturbed area. This is much less spectacular than the eruption associated with the X1.6 flare, but it suggests that this region still keeps global connections.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2014-09-13T23:26:48
2014-09-12T01:30:35 --> 2014-09-12T03:40:35
This eruption accompanies small coronal dimming and post-eruption arcades. A sideway ejection to south is also noted.

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