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Fig. 1.


Top row: composite of the seven 3 mm average ALMA images, corrected for solar rotation and reprojected at the position of their FOVs at 17:55:48 UT. Second and third rows: composites of AIA 1600 and 304 Å images for the same time intervals and FOVs as the ALMA images, convolved with the ALMA beam. ALMA and 1600 Å images are partly corrected for center-to-limb variation. The composites are oriented in the SW direction with respect to solar north, x and y are with respect to the disk center. The photospheric radius is 964.8″.

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