Top: GOES light curves (in two channels) of the 2007 May 22 flare. Shown on the left is the region chosen for background subtraction (GOES BG). The timings of the 10 Hinode/EIS rasters discussed in this paper are indicated with vertical dashed lines and numbered (see Table 1). Middle: a zoom-up of the GOES light curve, with superimposed the NoRH 17 GHz emission. Bottom: the isothermal temperature obtained from the GOES light curves.
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