This is the fifth EIS velocity event to occur on the west side of
the coronal hole boundary (previous events were 2, 8, 9 and 11). The
velocity feature is just to the east of a small bright point and is
about 20" long, extending in a south-east direction. Note that there's
a distinct separation between the jet and bright point, similar to
event 1. The bright point also shows quite strong redshifts, similar to
The AIA 193 movie shows that the small bright point next to the velocity event only appeared at 23:57 and was scanned by EIS at 00:02. The bright point remained bright for about 10mins before fading.
The difference movie shows that there is some weak emission extending about 30-40" from the bright point that appears during 00:00 to 00:10. This would seem to correspond to the EIS velocity feature.
The line intensities within the jet vary from 50 to 80 and line
widths from 100 to 120 mA. The lines are asymmetric and velocities are