This is the fourth event from the location near the CH boundary that
produced events 3, 5 and 6. There are actually two EIS features: a
small (10") feature just to the right of an intensity peak that has
higher velocities; and a longer (30"), narrow structure that runs
diagonally to the south of the first feature and has lower velocities.
The AIA 193 movie shows that a little bright point (near cross in movie) just developed at the time of the EIS scan. The difference movie shows that very weak emission appears just to the right of the bright point at 19:20 and exists for about 5 minutes. This seems to correspond with the small EIS velocity feature.
There is nothing in the AIA movie that matches the morphology of the larger EIS feature.
For the small velocity feature, the line profiles have widths of
about 90 mA and velocities of 20 km/s. There is not strong evidence for
asymmetries. The longer velocity features shows widths of 75 mA and
velocities of 10-15 km/s and again there is no evidence for asymmetries.