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CR - Coronal Rain 2016-04-09T21:01:02 -> 2016-04-09T21:19:46 xcen, ycen = -809.1,200.8

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Description: NOAA SWPC event 9860 20:59-Peak21:01-21:04 flare with faint sub-flare in H-alpha and a minor type CTM (broadband, long-lived, dekametric continuum) radio burst. \n\nCoronal rain is visible as a bright ribbon-like flow located in a horizontal strip, left to the slit in the vertical center of the field of view. These flows appear to cross the slit. Coronal rain is easiest to see between 21:09 - 21:19 UT. See also, AIA 304.

Solar Object Locator:
SOL2016-04-09T21:01:02L340C081

Properties:
Event Title NOAA event 9860 flare with coronal rain
Event Peak time2016-04-09T21:06:51

Data Source
ObservatoryIRIS
InstrumentIRIS_SG
Mean Wavelength1.330e-05 cm
Channel IDC II

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FRM NamePatricia Jibben (Other features and events submitted by Patricia Jibben)
FRM InstituteLMSAL
FRM ContactRyan Timmons
FRM Date Run2016-04-12T13:17:12
FRM IdentifierWebAnnotator
FRM ParametersBeta_20160406
FRM URLn/a
FRM Human Flagtrue

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1 2016-04-12 spectra4u

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