24 April 2014 - Mission Day: 6719 - DOY: 114
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All Together Now: X1.5

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SUMER Fe XXI Line Intensity

SUMER Fe XXI Velocity

SUMER Fe XXI Line Width

SUMER time-series spanning 4 hours (left to right) with the 300 arcsecond slit oriented north-south outside the flaring active region AR9906. The emission line is from twenty times ionized iron, at about 10 million kelvin (Fe XXI 1354 Å). Movie: MPEG showing the slit position and observations, on EIT 195 Å background.
 

LASCO C3 running difference image

EIT 195 Å

TRACE 195 Å

LASCO C3 running difference. Movie: MPEG

EIT 195 Å 1024x1024. Movies: MPEG, QuickTime

TRACE 195 Å Movies: MPEG, QuickTime.
 

Solar Radio Burst Locator observations

UVCS CME observations

Solar Radio Burst Locator (SRBL) 1 hour 15 minutes time series (left to right), frequency from 2 GHz (top) to 15 GHz (bottom)

UVCS observations of the CME
 

Hard X-ray Spectrometer light curves, 12-219 keV

Nobeyama Radioheliograph, 34 GHz

RHESSI 12-25 keV (yellow) and 50-100 keV (red) contours on EIT 195 Å

Hard X-Ray Spectrometer (HXRS) time-series

Nobeyama Radioheliograph, 34 GHz. Movie: MPEG
 

RHESSI 12-25 keV image

RESIK observations

CELIAS SEM 1-500 Å

RESIK Bragg crystal spectrometer observations of the impulsive phase.

CELIAS/SEM 1-500 Å flux


Caption: You may notice the "unusual" images in this Hot Shot, and that is for a reason: Thanks to the Max Millennium program, a large number of solar observatories, both spacecraft and ground based, focus on certain active regions; the targets are selected by the Max Millennium chief observer for every 24 hour UT period and distributed by email to observatories around the world.

The selection of images above is just to give a "taste" of the vastly different observations that can be combined to pin down the different aspects of large eruptions like this.

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Taken:

21 April 2002 - 23 April 2002

Picture credits:

SOHO/LASCO, SOHO/EIT, SOHO/CELIAS, SOHO/SUMER, SOHO/UVCS (ESA & NASA)
TRACE (Stanford-Lockheed Institute for Space Research/NASA),
CORONAS-F (Russion Academy of Sciences/Polish Academy of Sciences),
Nobeyama Solar Radio Observatory (NRO/NAOJ),
SRBL (CalTech),
RHESSI (NASA),

 
 

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