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Fig. 1


SDO/AIA and Hinode/XRT images of the AR NOAA 12268 on the 24th January, 2015, at the time of the flare event. The box in the 304 Å image shows the Hinode/EIS FoV. The labels indicate: a) a small post-flare loop at the site of the initial eruption; b) an expanding blob driving kink oscillations in the neighbouring loops; c) a bright loop observed distinctly at 131 and 94 Å; and d) overlaying unperturbed loops. The time evolution in the 171 and 94 Å as well as a composite of different channels is shown in a movie available online. The composite contains the bands 304 (red), 171 (green) and 94 Å (blue). The FoV of the movie is shown in the figure as a dotted square.

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