This is the third event that comes from the long-lived bright point near the center of the EIS raster (previous events were 4 and 10). The blue-shifted feature is to the south of the bright point, extends about 30" and is quite broad (about 10"). It is present in the EIS raster from 01:05 to 01:10.
The AIA movie shows that the BP began brightening about 00:55. Also at 00:55 weak emission above (to the south) the BP can be seen until about 01:03. At 01:05a weak, narrow jet can be seen towards the right-hand side of the BP and it is present until 01:07.
This event shows that outflowing material is still present after the ejection seen in the AIA intensity images has completed.
Line intensities in the jet are about 20, and line widths 90-100 mA
although at the tip of the jet they get up to 120 mA. Velocities range
from 25 to 35 km/s and asymmetries can be seen in the line profiles.
193 movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40min, 1.4MB)
AIA 193 difference movie (1min cadence, 40min, 1.5MB)
AIA 171 difference movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40min, 1.1MB)