Recent Events Reported by ObserversNext
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T18:16:24
2021-01-11T04:06:15 --> 2021-01-11T04:56:54
Small "Coronal Cloud" event where material is visible above the limb without much attachment back to the disk. A small amount of material can be seen returning to the disk in the form of coronal rain.
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T18:13:14
2021-01-10T05:22:15 --> 2021-01-10T05:39:15
Small prominence bubble visible at the eastern limb
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T17:48:06
2021-01-07T12:25:15 --> 2021-01-07T13:14:28
Observation of on-disk filament
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T17:47:07
2021-01-07T14:01:59 --> 2021-01-07T14:51:12
Observation of on-disk filament
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T17:46:08
2021-01-07T15:39:24 --> 2021-01-07T16:28:37
Observation of filament on disk
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2021-01-13T17:45:05
2021-01-07T23:47:15 --> 2021-01-08T00:36:28
Observation of filament on the solar disk
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T05:22:25
2020-12-27T16:37:02 --> 2020-12-27T17:14:54
Could be a micro flare. There is also a large eruption north from the flaring region, which may be related to the flare (happens at the same time) and/or be driven by interacting small-scale magnetic elements.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T05:09:28
2020-12-27T02:00:02 --> 2020-12-27T02:54:47
Opposite-polarity magnetic features are cancelling close to penumbra, causing a large-scale brightening and several eruptions.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T04:49:01
2020-12-26T19:44:09 --> 2020-12-26T20:17:41
A coronal jet is visible on the right side of AR 12795.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T04:41:07
2020-12-24T12:20:18 --> 2020-12-24T12:26:42
Small eruption in AR 12795. Based on HMI magnetograms, the eruption could be driven by interaction of small-scale opposite polarity magnetic elements at the edges of penumbra.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T04:29:18
2020-12-24T09:02:21 --> 2020-12-24T09:51:24
A nice movie of AR 12794 sunspot and its trailing plage. The slit is crossing the event.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T04:18:24
2020-12-25T06:09:22 --> 2020-12-25T06:58:25
A prominence above AR 12792. The slit is crossing the event. There is a bubble-like structure forming, but it could also be just loops extending above the AR.
Detected by Milan Gosic, Submitted at 2021-01-12T04:10:37
2020-12-24T20:24:14 --> 2020-12-24T21:13:16
A prominence above AR 12792. The slit is crossing the event.
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2021-01-06T18:44:15
2020-12-30T13:19:11 --> 2020-12-30T13:42:54
A weak flare (A or B level) is observed in AR 12795. The brightenings have dotted regions in the north and a narrow ribbon in the south. The IRIS slit crosses both regions.
Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2021-01-06T18:36:32
2020-12-29T17:21:22 --> 2020-12-29T18:01:51
A jet activity is observed at the left side of the IRIS SJI images, though the slit was not placed along it.
Detected by Sean Brannon, Submitted at 2020-12-20T18:58:37
2020-12-09T00:24:15 --> 2020-12-09T01:16:36
A small B-class flare in AR 12791 erupts just to the right of the spectrograph slit, resulting in plasma flows along the flare loops in the coronal and a complex pair of flare ribbons make a rough ")(" shape near the flare origin. As the flare evolves, the left-hand member of these ribbons curls back around on itself to make nearly a complete circle enclosing a supergranule. A series of brightening events occur inside the ribbon until the entire encircled supergranule is filled in.
Detected by Joten Okamoto, Submitted at 2020-12-17T06:07:57
2020-12-02T17:31:52 --> 2020-12-02T18:20:55
AR 12786 has a large sunspot with a moderate activity. No flare or eruption occurred.\nIn the complex region of the penumbrae, we can see oscillating brightening features in 1330 and 1400 passbands. These feature are not seen in 2796 passband. They correspond to spicular motions, which may be heated at the top of spicules.
Detected by Joten Okamoto, Submitted at 2020-12-17T05:59:47
2020-12-03T09:37:15 --> 2020-12-03T10:08:09
AR 12790 has a small sunspot. This region had an M-class flare at the east limb, and was expected to have more large flares. However, no flare more than C-class took place in the following two weeks.\nThis is a small activity in this AR. First, a small twisting ejecta can be seen in the bottom-right area of the FOV with a related brightening close to the sunspot. The brightening shows both blueshift and redshift components, and it can be associated with the ejecta. After a while, a larger ejecta is observed with a twisting motion and a two-ribbon brightening.
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2020-12-14T19:18:33
2020-12-07T09:46:02 --> 2020-12-07T10:05:41
Small flare from AR12790
Detected by Lucas Guliano, Submitted at 2020-12-14T19:15:46
2020-12-05T16:49:51 --> 2020-12-05T17:32:12
Small flare caught by the slight as AR12786 rotates toward the western limb