The EIS jet appears on the left-hand side of a small bright point
(about 3-5"). The
bright point shows redshifts on the southern side, which may be a PSF
effect. The AIA 193 movie shows weaker emission on the left side of the
intense BP. There is a very weak suggestion of an intensity feature
corresponding to the EIS jet visible in the movie; this is better seen
in a difference movie where it is present from 10:46 to 10:55.
Curiously the AIA feature is extending both north and south from the
bright point. Only a southward pointing feature is seen in the EIS data.
XRT information: the bright point lifetime is 32 mins (10:32 to 11:04); the peak brightness is at 10:42, another weaker peak is at 10:49.
The EIS line profiles in the blue-shifted feature are generally Gaussian-shaped with widths around 90-100 mA. There are no strong blue-shifted components in this event. Note that the small bright point shows strong redshifts (up to 40 km/s).
movie (1 min cadence, 40mins, 1.5 MB)
AIA 193 difference movie (1min cadence, 40mins, 2.3 MB)
AIA 171 movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40min, 1.3 MB)