Just over the Limb Solar Event captured by SDO and IRIS
- Visualizations by:
- Tom Bridgman
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On May 9, 2014, an active region has just rotated over the limb of the Sun when it launches a large amount of plasma into space. Both SDO and IRIS caught the event.
Please give credit for this item to:
NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio, the SDO Science Team, and the Virtual Solar Observatory.
- Tom Bridgman (GST) [Lead]
- Bart De Pontieu (Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab)
- Scott Wiessinger (KBRwyle)
- Ian Jones (ADNET)
- Laurence Schuler (ADNET)
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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
Dataset can be found at: http://jsoc.stanford.edu/See more visualizations using this data set
IRIS Slit-Jaw Imager (A.K.A. SJI) (Collected with the Imager sensor)
Observed Data | LMSAL
Dataset can be found at: https://iris.lmsal.com/data.htmlSee more visualizations using this data set
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