IHOP 266 observations of equatorial plume on 10-Jan-2015
I was the CO for this observation. It was a complex, multiple
component plume structure near disk center. The high brightness and
strong 193 emission shows that it's an AR plume. The EIS observation
combined two rasters with two sit-and-stares:
The pointing ended up off-set to the right, so the
through the upper part of the right plume rather than the base.
The images below are EIS raster images in Fe IX 197.86 (left) and Fe XII 195.12 (right) from 05:51 UT.
There was no SOT support for this observation.
IRIS ran a 16-step raster 21 times during 06:26-07:19, corresponding with the first of the EIS sit-and-stare observations.
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