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Detected by gchintzo, Submitted at 2019-01-18T19:21:17
2019-01-15T16:30:09 --> 2019-01-15T22:20:09
A minifilament (small dark feature in the left side of the field of view). The eruption is non-radial as it can be seen as a dark front moving fast over the solar disk.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T23:09:10
2018-12-29T13:30:01 --> 2019-01-02T05:00:01
AR 12732 was recognized as a sunspot region only on 2019 January 1. But there seem to be long steps of flux emergence before the sunspots finally formed.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T23:09:09
2018-12-29T13:30:01 --> 2019-01-02T05:00:01
AR 12732 was recognized as a sunspot region only on 2019 January 1. But there seem to be long steps of flux emergence before the sunspots finally formed.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:58:59
2019-01-04T20:30:01 --> 2019-01-04T21:30:01
Two jets are seen in this movie. Both were ejected almost horizintally, far from the radial directions.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:54:32
2019-01-04T10:50:26 --> 2019-01-04T12:50:26
This flare, in AR 12732, showed eruptive signatures such as outward motions and cusp-like post-flare loops. But the large-scale effects were limited. The active region was already tired.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:25:55
2019-01-03T16:20:25 --> 2019-01-03T18:40:25
The region was ~5 degrees behind the limb, which arrived in Earth view only as a plage region. The eruptive motion was largely toward north, hardly contributing to a CME.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:25:55
2019-01-03T16:20:25 --> 2019-01-03T18:40:25
The region was ~5 degrees behind the limb, which arrived in Earth view only as a plage region. The eruptive motion was largely toward north, hardly contributing to a CME.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:14:13
2019-01-03T15:50:25 --> 2019-01-03T16:50:25
This eruption is from an isolated sigmoid in the quiescent region, causing temporary dimming in the adjacent region.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T22:08:50
2019-01-02T19:25:13 --> 2019-01-03T00:41:13
This is best seen in intensity images in 304 A. Other low coronal signatures seem to be quite limited, implying that it is not a major event. The associated CME is not impressive (http://spaceweather.gmu.edu/seeds/mkmovie.php?cme=20190102.234807.w012.v0596.p251&frame=6&r_. Part of the reason may be that equatorial coronal holes prevent the eruption extending toward the equator. This event was predicted by a famous solar physicist shortly before the occurrence (https://twitter.com/cosmic_jet/status/1080578605271273472).

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:57:16
2019-01-02T01:30:01 --> 2019-01-02T02:50:25
The B2.8 flare in AR 12732 was quite eruptive, showing an EUV wave propagating mostly northward with counterclockwise rotation.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:57:15
2019-01-02T01:30:01 --> 2019-01-02T02:50:25
The B2.8 flare in AR 12732 was quite eruptive, showing an EUV wave propagating mostly northward with counterclockwise rotation.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:51:18
2019-01-01T14:30:01 --> 2019-01-01T15:40:01
The outward motion included right-handed rotation.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:40:03
2019-01-01T10:50:25 --> 2019-01-01T12:20:25
The northwestern quadrant of the Sun saw at least three minor eruptions that started within 1.5 minutes apart.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:31:28
2019-01-01T02:00:09 --> 2019-01-01T11:00:09
It is not clear whether this represents a mass ejection, but the origin and development of the concave structure seems to be a mystery. The phenomenon is specific to the 171 A channel. A better view may be obtained by PROBA-2/SWAP (174 A) and GOES/SUVI (171 A) with larger fields of view.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:19:09
2018-12-31T22:00:09 --> 2019-01-01T00:00:09
This is extremely hard to see in intensity images, but a quite large volume of the corona is seen to move out. The eruptive prominence around the northern leg may contribute the whole eruption.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:10:53
2018-12-31T19:00:09 --> 2018-12-31T20:30:09
During the growing phase of AR 12732, an eruption occurred in the eastern bipole, which appeared to trigger another in the western bipole. These eruptions ignited a weak wave propagating northward beyond the active region.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T21:04:40
2018-12-30T18:00:09 --> 2018-12-30T19:20:09
This jet may have been aligned with local open field lines that were bending toward the equator.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-05T20:48:40
2018-12-30T07:10:13 --> 2018-12-30T08:10:13
Just one of those jets. An ejection of the chromospheric material may be traced to a relatively large distance.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-04T08:47:47
2018-12-24T05:50:25 --> 2018-12-24T07:10:25
An eruption from a compact region ~40 degrees behind the east limb. The region decayed before it rotated on to the visible side, but it was probably spotless even at the time of the eruption.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2019-01-04T08:37:12
2018-12-29T11:00:09 --> 2018-12-29T20:00:09
Repeat of the slow and large-scale eruption seen in 171 A images. These events have no presence in LASCO data.

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