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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T21:55:39
2020-05-01T21:26:38 --> 2020-05-01T22:14:59
A small GOES A3.7 flare seen in AR12762 as it approaches the western limb. The flare manifests as a hazy central brightening in the active region with no clear ribbon present for this particular line of sight.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T21:42:48
2020-05-01T19:11:23 --> 2020-05-01T19:49:57
A GOES A8.3 flare that produces a serpentine ribbon towards the leading end of AR12760.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T20:19:41
2020-05-01T02:36:21 --> 2020-05-01T03:24:42
Small compact brightenings in the southern two-thirds of AR12762 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T20:15:19
2020-05-01T02:16:02 --> 2020-05-01T02:25:50
A small jet near the polarity inversion line of AR12760. The jet shows an apparent pyramidal base and emits a narrow mass flow with intermittent brightenings.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T20:07:04
2020-04-30T22:41:21 --> 2020-04-30T23:29:41
Small compact brightenings in the southern two-thirds of AR12762 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T20:03:44
2020-04-30T21:17:23 --> 2020-04-30T22:05:43
Small compact brightenings in the leading end of AR12760 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T19:57:59
2020-04-30T16:10:29 --> 2020-04-30T17:47:47
Small compact brightenings throughout AR12762 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T18:41:55
2020-04-29T20:44:00 --> 2020-04-29T22:06:10
The leading end of a broad filament showing evolution in Mg II h/k scans. The filament was not observed by the slit-jaw imager

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T18:24:40
2020-04-29T19:07:49 --> 2020-04-29T20:13:31
The leading end of a broad filament seen in Mg II h/k scans. The filament is not observed by the slit-jaw imager.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T16:54:45
2020-04-29T16:05:27 --> 2020-04-29T18:31:42
Small compact brightenings near the leading end of AR12760 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T16:25:31
2020-04-29T14:23:37 --> 2020-04-29T16:00:55
Small compact brightenings near the polarity inversion line and leading sunspot complex of AR12760 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2020-05-05T16:18:09
2020-04-29T05:05:28 --> 2020-04-29T06:42:45
Small compact brightenings near the leading sunspot complex of AR12760 consistent with UV bursts.

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Detected by Kathy Reeves, Submitted at 2020-05-01T20:48:52
2020-04-26T17:39:30 --> 2020-04-26T21:25:47
Nice filament seen in the spectroheliograms. Filament expands upwards towards the end of the observation, possibly a partial eruption.

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Detected by Kathy Reeves, Submitted at 2020-04-27T14:21:40
2020-04-25T00:22:58 --> 2020-04-25T02:40:36
Slit covers plate of a new active region, and catches some pores in the process of forming

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Detected by Kathy Reeves, Submitted at 2020-04-27T14:16:16
2020-04-26T16:25:50 --> 2020-04-26T17:05:27
Slit crosses trailing pore, but not leading spot

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Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-04-24T03:47:49
2020-04-19T07:59:53 --> 2020-04-19T08:41:38
A small eruption, likely associated with a so-called mini-filament, appears with a giant filament nearby.

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Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-04-24T03:22:27
2020-04-17T01:22:18 --> 2020-04-17T02:40:15
Prominence materials fell like a water fall, above the solar limb. Hope this video can bring you some relief when staying at home during this moment of COVID-19. Cheers!

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Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-04-23T23:57:37
2020-04-16T15:07:01 --> 2020-04-16T16:53:13
As seen in the movie from IRIS observation, when some prominence materials fall back toward the Sun, they also get pushed aside probably by an expanding large prominence bubble.

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Detected by Chunming Zhu, Submitted at 2020-04-23T23:17:22
2020-04-14T20:55:48 --> 2020-04-14T22:53:44
A prominence, located above northeast solar limb, was observed by IRIS on 4/14/2020, with an evolving prominence bubble below it. This bubble grows and breaks later, becoming part of a larger void beside it.

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Detected by Paul Bryans, Submitted at 2020-04-20T15:50:48
2020-04-11T11:49:53 --> 2020-04-11T13:07:31
Swirling movement of prominence material

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