28 February 2024 - Mission Day: 10316 - DOY: 059
Pick of The Week

Reaching Out (July 26, 2013)

Hi-res TIF (2.7M)

Movies: QT: Large (5.7M), Small (2.1M)
MPEG: Large (8.5M), Small (4.3M), MP4 (4.1M), M4V (1.1M)

An eruption of slightly cooler material in conjunction with a coronal mass ejection observed by the STEREO (Ahead) spacecraft broke into two strands that appeared to reach as they stretched and eventually disappeared above the Sun (July 21-22, 2103). The active region from which it originated was facing directly towards the spacecraft at the time. The video covers about 12 hours of activity. The images were taken in a wavelength of extreme UV light.


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