Monster Prominences with an Earth Eclipse (September 16, 2012)
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- Tom Bridgman
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On September 16, 2012 the sun had a beautiful prominence (see Wikipedia) that slowly twisted and dissipated over several hours. It was captured in 304 angstrom light by the Solar Dynamics Observatory's AIA instrument at 4k resolution and 12s imaging cadence. The prominence was immediately followed by one of the many eclipses that SDO experiences during September, when its orbit places the Earth between it and the sun.
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NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio, the SDO Science Team, and the Virtual Solar Observatory.
- Tom Bridgman (GST) [Lead]
- Karen Fox (ADNET)
- Scott Wiessinger (KBRwyle)
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Datasets used in this visualization
SDO AIA 304 (A.K.A. 304 Filter) (Collected with the AIA sensor)
JOINT SCIENCE OPERATIONS CENTER 2012-09-16T02:00 - 2012-09-16T08:00
Dataset can be found at: http://jsoc.stanford.edu/See more visualizations using this data set
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