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Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2019-08-29T23:59:07
2019-08-01T04:47:54 --> 2019-08-01T07:14:46
The filament is still visible, but seems to be separated from one of the footpoints. The slit is crossing the filament.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2019-08-29T23:50:45
2019-07-31T04:47:54 --> 2019-07-31T07:14:46
IRIS tracked the filament for 4 days - still visible very clearly on July 31. The filament is best seen in the Mg II raster scans/movies. The slit is crossing the filament.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2019-08-29T23:46:38
2019-07-30T04:47:54 --> 2019-07-30T07:14:46
IRIS tracked the filament for 4 days. The filament is best seen in the Mg II raster scans/movies. The slit is crossing the filament.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2019-08-29T22:44:09
2019-08-02T04:19:18 --> 2019-08-02T05:45:58
On 02-August-2019 IRIS observed a prominence on the east limb, together with formation of a small prominence bubble. The slit is crossing the prominence and the bubble.
Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2019-08-26T18:11:50
2019-08-23T09:07:11 --> 2019-08-23T12:25:07
Several UV bursts go off during a small flux emergence episode, yet missed by the slit.
Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2019-08-26T16:45:48
2019-08-20T12:34:29 --> 2019-08-20T14:26:55
Filament threads visible on-disc in raster quicklook movie at Mg II k3, with tall "footpoint" at the lower edge of the field-of-view (also visible in Mg II k slit-jaw image movie). The raster samples the filament features multiple times.
Detected by Gregal Vissers, Submitted at 2019-08-26T16:33:38
2019-08-20T18:49:47 --> 2019-08-20T19:28:40
Coronal jet at North Pole, outside IRIS raster.
Detected by Joten Okamoto, Submitted at 2019-08-26T14:23:03
2019-07-25T11:20:18 --> 2019-07-25T11:49:09
Taller spicules at the north pole. Are they activated and rotating around a single axis ? These are often observed, but we do not know the mechanism to generate them.
Detected by Joten Okamoto, Submitted at 2019-08-26T14:03:33
2019-07-24T05:46:49 --> 2019-07-24T07:26:30
A small off-limb prominence was observed. This is one of the most active phenomena in the recent low solar activity. Please look at data observed in 2014 if you are interested in more dynamic Sun.
Detected by Arkadiusz Berlicki, Submitted at 2019-08-25T16:36:24
2019-06-17T00:21:18 --> 2019-06-17T00:50:07
In the Mg II slit-jaw movie filament eruption was observed from about 00:29 UT on June 17th. The plasma is visible as a fast moving structures observed in absorption on the disk. Erupting structures are more dense and cooler than the surrounding corona.
Detected by Patricia Jibben, Submitted at 2019-08-14T19:08:47
2019-08-07T04:57:26 --> 2019-08-07T07:40:38
The filament channel is best seen in the spectral data with the IRIS website featuring the Mg II raster scan. With several hours of daily IRIS observations spanning seven days, filament enthusiasts will be treated to the following observations:\n\n- Counter streaming along the filament channel. But the speeds are still unknown, best to look at the wings of Mg II. \n\n- Bulk mass flow along filament channel. Check out the 12 August 11-17 UT raster scan as an example.\n\n- Spontaneous mass flow from neighboring region into the filament... Or, maybe not. You decide when you check out the 11 August 12-17 UT raster movie. \n\n- Filament material is visible in corresponding GONG H-alpha data. Though it is less extensive.\n\n- Filament channel is much more extensive in AIA 193 than in the IRIS movies.
Detected by Paul Bryans, Submitted at 2019-08-05T22:41:58
2019-07-19T05:14:44 --> 2019-07-19T05:14:44
Possible jet in coronal hole near bright region.
Detected by Paul Bryans, Submitted at 2019-08-05T22:40:22
2019-07-18T08:26:37 --> 2019-07-18T09:12:29
Blowout jet seen at the north limb
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-07-26T00:47:31
2019-07-24T15:55:13 --> 2019-07-24T17:25:13
One of those tiny eruptions in quiest Sun regions that can sometimes occur even during solar minimum.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-07-26T00:43:24
2019-07-23T22:10:13 --> 2019-07-24T00:10:13
One of those mini-filament eruptions that can easily be seen even during solar minimum.
Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-07-26T00:01:19
2019-07-22T02:10:13 --> 2019-07-22T04:10:13
One of those tiny eruptions one can find in quiescent Sun. There seems to be no way this went out to the heliosphere.
Detected by Vanessa Polito, Submitted at 2019-07-19T21:59:34
2019-07-11T15:46:56 --> 2019-07-11T16:04:04
Mini filament eruption in AR 12744, observed in the SJI images (partly under the slit)
Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2019-07-19T21:50:22
2019-07-13T19:10:09 --> 2019-07-14T11:10:09
An eruption from decaying NOAA AR12744. Note the orientation and tilt of the polarities (red negative, green positive) with respect to the local latitude (30 deg south) which suggests the AR belongs to the new solar cycle 25. The eruption was recorded in the LASCO coronagraphic observations (355 km sec-1; http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20190714.040007.w011.v0355.p245&frame=2&r)
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2019-07-11T04:51:04
2019-07-05T05:31:28 --> 2019-07-05T07:24:45
This video shows some complicated dynamics in a prominence at solar NW limb. It also comes with bubbles at its base.
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2019-07-11T04:45:29
2019-07-04T07:32:46 --> 2019-07-04T07:52:58
IRIS captures a prominence eruption at NW limb. There is another larger prominence nearby which was actually the target.