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:

Time
Study
Repeats
05:51
Cool_loop_resp_v2
2
06:21
Cool_loop_stare
2

The pointing ended up off-set to the right, so the sit-and-stare goes through the upper part of the right plume rather than the base.


AIA 171 and 193 movies at 5 minute cadence with EIS slit over-plotted. Logarithmic intensity scaling.

The images below are EIS raster images in Fe IX 197.86 (left) and Fe XII 195.12 (right) from 05:51 UT.

SOT data

There was no SOT support for this observation.

IRIS observations

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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