There are two large blue-shifted structures here, but they almost certainly belong to the same event as the region where the blueshift disappears corresponds to a bright region in Fe XII 195, thus the blue-shifted feature may be "washed out" by the brighter material. Overall the feature extends southwards over almost 200".
There is an intense bright point to the left of the base of the jet and the AIA 193 movie reveals this bright point to be very dynamic. There is large-scale weak emission that brightens during the event (better seen in a difference movie) that seems to correspond to the EIS jet. This event may thus belong to the blowout/expanding loop type of event although it is not as striking as the raster 23 event.
I classify this as a blowout jet. In the first movie frame (04:30)
there is a S-shaped structure at the top of the raster. As the event
evolves, the bottom curve of the S expands southwards, leading to the
jet emission. I interpret this as the base arch being broken open,
leaving only emission on one side of the base arch at the end of the
For the upper feature, line intensities range from 30 to 60, and line widths from 80-120 mA (the higher widths are at the base). There are locations at the base where the line profiles are quite asymmetric, but otherwise the asymmetries are quite weak. The profiles do not show the clear two component structure of events 9 and 27, however. Velocities range from 10 to 40 km/s, with the higher values again at the base.
Line intensities in the lower feature range from 15 to 30, and line
widths from 80 to 115 mA. The higher widths are on the right side of
the event, and a clear asymmetry is seen in the line profiles.
Velocities range from 10 to 20 km/s.
movie (1min cadence, 50min, log intensity)
AIA 193 difference movie (1min cadence, 50min)