NSO/DST, IRIS & Hinode campaign, 15-28 October 2015


I organized a joint observing campaign for IRIS bomb events during 15-28 October 2015, and this page summarizes the observations. Note that for Hinode/IRIS observation purposes I also referred to it as IHOP 268 as I was using essentially the same observing programs. I requested the observing period 13-19 UT each day. The table below gives a basic summary of the data and targets.

Date
AR
DST
IRIS
Hinode
iris_burst_check
15-Oct (Thurs)
12432
No observations
13:04-18:23
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:10-18:36)
Results
16-Oct (Fri)
12432
No observations
13:09-18:46
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:10-17:32) Results
17-Oct (Sat)
-
No observations No observations No observationsNo data
18-Oct (Sun)
-
No observations No observations No observationsNo data
19-Oct (Mon)
-
No observations No observations
No observations
No data
20-Oct (Tue)
12436

13:00-16:56
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:05-16:41)
Results
21-Oct (Wed)
12436

13:00-18:54
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:05-18:32)
No bursts
22-Oct (Thu)
12436

13:01-16:57
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:05-16:23) Results
23-Oct (Fri)
12436

No observations?
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:05-18:32) No data
24-Oct (Sat)
12434

12:54-17:52
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:05-18:15) Results
25-Oct (Sun)
12436

12:53-16:52
Cor_hole_jet_v1 (13:06-18:33)
Results
26-Oct (Mon)
-
No observations
No observations No observationsNo data
27-Oct (Tue)
12440

No observations
Cool_loop_narrow (13:06-18:37) No data
28-Oct (Wed)
12440

13:53-18:51
Cool_loop_narrow (14:00-18:40) No bursts

24-October

Status

  • AIA 171 & 1700, 340x340, 1min cutouts downloaded
  • EIS sequence downloaded and calibrated
  • IRIS sequence downloading

This was an observation close to the limb for a sunspot. The 171 movie shows persistent jetting in the south of the region, with apparently mainly cool (absorption) outflows.

28-October

I checked the IRIS sequence by setting a 500 DN/s threshold for Si IV 1402, but nothing reached this threshold. There are many brightenings that are faintly seen with this threshold, and some of them seen with EIS. Note that EIS misses the right-hand side of the IRIS FOV.


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