|Fe IX/X 171 Å||Fe XV 284 Å||He II/Si XI 304 Å|
|20:11 UT||22:41 UT||18:13 UT, 22:35 UT|
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Three hours later, we can see a faint wisp of ~ 1MK material off the NW limb in Fe IX/XI 171 Å.
At 22:35 UT, the eruptive prominence in He II (right-hand image) extends to more than 0.5 of a solar radius (in the plane of the sky).
At nearly the same time (22:41 UT), material at or over 2 MK can be seen in the Fe XV 284 Å image at the same apparent position as the outer edge of the eruptive prominence.
Last revised - J.B. Gurman