The EIS velocity map reveals a large blue-shifted event with
significant structure that arises from the BP complex. There's
quite a lot going on in the large BP during the EIS event. The most
clear thing is a set of loops that fade away and rise. No obvious jet
like event happening though.
This event was observed by EIS from 10:13 to 10:38.
Looking at difference images from A193 (see movie below), there's a set of loops connecting the two bright points that noticeably dim during the event. Most of the BP also dims (although less noticeably); there is one area above the loops that brightens a little.
The EIS line profiles from the event are generally Gaussian shaped, with small enhancements on the blue side of the profile. Line widths are mainly in the 90-100 mA range and velocities go up to 25 km/s.
movie (log intensity, 1 min cadence, 40min, 1.0MB)
AIA 193 difference movie (1 min cadence, 50min, 2.1MB)
AIA 171 movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40min, 0.7MB)