AIA 193 imageThere was a nice coronal cavity on the SE limb, so HOP 114 was scheduled from 10:29-13:00. The EIS study was GDZ_PLUME1_2_300_50s. The pointing then shifted to the west limb where I ran a test of HPW023 at 13:05.
From 21:37 I ran PRY_loop_velocity for a large fan loop system.
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The fan loop study continued until 02:13, and then I ran Atlas_60 at the base of the fan loops at 02:17.
As part of general AR monitoring, I ran HPW021 over the core of AR
11669 (large decaying AR) at 06:57.
I ran PRY_flare_1 on AR 11670 again at 09:11 for 8.5 hours, but the
Sun was very quiet in this timefram. I then returned to AR 11669 for
another HPW021 at 22:14.
AIA 193 imageTo pad out the plan I scheduled the Flare266_Hunter01 study at 07:40 (5 hours) and again at 13:00 (4 hours). I set the response to be HPW009 (sit-and-stare). There was a B7 flare at about 16:00, but I doubt this triggered anything.
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I just scheduled Cam_flare_diag (small flare study) for 10:13-02:17.
AIA 193 imageAR 11634 (southern hemisphere) returned and so I scheduled HPW021 at 06:15. It turns out some new flux emerged within the old AR (which is very diffuse), and so the target was actually AR 11672.
AIA 193 imageA spectral atlas was run at the east limb at 09:49. There may be some contamination from weak AR loops.
AIA 193 imageHPW021 (part of the regular NRL AR monitoring sequence) was run on AR 11671 at 03:38.
No science studies performed.