Note on terminology: large spicules seen at the limb in coronal
holes are often called macro-spicules, usually if they have a
transition region component. However, if they also have a coronal
component (say Ne VIII from SUMER, or Mg IX from CDS) then I consider
these to be coronal jets.
Harrison (1997, Sol.
||Macrospicule at CH limb with Mg
IX signature; velocity increased with height.
Mason (1998, Sol. Phys.)
||Presented 6 macrospicules, 5 of
which had Mg IX signature; all showed evidence of rotation.
al. (2000, A&A, 355, 1152)
observation, with coronal signature.
al. (2002, A&A)
||Macrospicule raster observation,
but no coronal signature.
||Study of spicules and
macrospicules; one macrospicule did not show a coronal signature (Mg
X); LOS velocities are about 30 km/s.
al. (2002, Ap.&SS, 282, 189)
||Single jet in CH close to south
limb; seen in Ne VIII & C IV; raster scan.
|Xia et al.
(2005, A&A 438, 1115)
sit-and-stare; no hot plasma reported; MS consist of multiple spicules.
al. (2007, Adv.Sp.Res., 40, 1021)
||Macrospicule seen at limb in Ne
VIII; sit-and-stare; MS above limb; 10 km/s. Explosive event also
presented, and looks like jet.
al. (2007, ApJ, 670, L57)
||3 features that look like jets
in the core of active region observed by TRACE; SUMER shows red-shifts
in O V and Mg X; features probably downflows along closed loops.
al. (2009, ApJ, 704, 1385)
jets in polar coronal holes (off-limb and on-disk); the only clear
coronal jet is the same one studied by Popescu et al. (2007)
et al. (2009, A&A, 506, L45)
||Small active region jet seen
with TRACE and SUMER (Ne VIII & C IV); due to emerging flux;
velocity around 120 km/s; compared with a model.
|Kamio et al. (2010, A&A, 510, 1)||X-ray jet (XRT) that shows a macrospicule (EUVI, 304); observed by both EIS and SUMER; jet is at limb.|
|Madjarska et al. (2011, A&A, 526, 19)||Jet at boundary of an equatorial
coronal hole; observed by XRT, EIS, SUMER and EUVI;
Tian (2011, A&A)
||Presented two explosive events
near sunspot, but in discussion showed nice example of a rotating
macrospicule above the limb in O V 629.7.
al. (2007, PASJ, 59, 745)
||Two CH jets seen in slot data;
suggests material falls back to the Sun.
|Kamio et al.
(2007, PASJ, 59, 751)
||CH jet seen in one raster; LOS
velocity of 30 km/s in Fe XII (may be higher if background was
subtracted); BP is quite large.
|Kim et al. (2007, PASJ, 59, 763)
||AR jet from 28-Jan-2007 near limb; EIS observed bright point during ejection.
et al. (2008, ApJL, 673, 211)
||Jet in eq. CH; sit-and-stare;
slit crosses perpendicular to jet; finds distinct jet component at 240
km/s; density is 5.5x10^9 cm^-3.
al. (2008, A&A, 481, L57)
||AR jet on disk; velocities up to
150 km/s; high densities (10^11)
al. (2009, A&A, 502, 345)
||EIS & SUMER; on-disk coronal
hole; 6 jets observed by EIS (Fe XII)
|Doschek et al. (2010, ApJ)
||On-disk polar coronal hole jet
al. (2010, ApJ, 72, 1644)
||Jet in north coronal hole at
limb; seen with 266" slot; cool material (He II 256; SOT) mixed with
hot material (Fe XV; XRT); interpreted as blowout jet
al. (2010, A&A, 510, 1)
||X-ray jet (XRT) that shows a
macrospicule (EUVI, 304); observed by both EIS and SUMER; jet is at
et al. (2011, A&A, 526, 19)
|Yang et al. (2011, RAA, 11, 1229)
||Three AR jets from AR 10960 (5-Jun-2007).
|Matsui et al.
(2012, ApJ, 759, 15)
||AR jet from 5-Jun-2007 (the middle jet of Yang et al. 2011); jet seen up to Fe XVI; extends to 60 Mm.
|Tian et al. (2012, ApJ, 748, 106)
||Discusses the first two AR jets from Yang et al. (2011)
|Lee et al.
(2013, ApJ, 766, 1)
||AR jet at limb (SDO and EIS);
EIS sit-and-stare; mainly seen in cool temps (He II); Fe XII shows
et al. (2014, A&A, 561, 104)
polar coronal hole jets; one observed by EIS in 40" slot data. Derived
speed of about 170 km/s in Fe XII. Lateral motion of jet is highlighted.
Muglach (2014, Sol. Phys., 289, 3313)
Muglach (2014, PASJ, 66, 12)
|Cheung et al. (2015, ApJ, 801, 83)
||Homologous active region jets observed with IRIS and SDO; find evidence from twist