Coronal hole plume observation, 19 & 21-Mar-2016
There was a medium size coronal hole passing the central
meridian on 19-Mar-2016 so I requested a run of IHOP 266. I was also
given another observation on 21-Mar-2016. Thanks go to the IRIS
Ryan, and the EIS planner, Kyoung-Sun Lee, for getting this observation
|AIA 171 movie at 5 minute cadence. Logarithmic intensity scaling.|
The EIS files have the following times:
The IRIS files have the following times:
12:14-14:35 32 rasters (16-step)
14:57-16:12 17 rasters
16:39-17:32 12 rasters
The XRT observation from the CO's notes was:
XOB #1B1E: CH Al/poly+Thin-Be-256x256-1min cad-AEC0-HOP266, with G-band
03/19 12:03:00 - 03/19 18:00:00 : IHOP 266: Coronal hole plume obs.
The SOT CO chose not to support HOP 266.
The IRIS observation as printed in the planner's notes was:
+2 12:09-16:56 HOP 266: Small-scale reconnection in coronal hole plumes [408", 350"]
EIS used a raster study this time:
12:06-15:46 Cool_loop_resp_v2 [14 repeats]
Note that both EIS and IRIS ran CH boundary studies after this observation.
The movie below shows the location of EIS slit during the sequence. The target is the same as 19-Mar, but it has evolved since then.
|AIA 171 & 193 movie at 5 minute cadence with EIS slit. Logarithmic intensity scaling.|
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