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Volume 548, December 2012
Article Number A62
Number of page(s) 19
Section The Sun
Published online 22 November 2012

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Appendix A

Table A.1

A timeline on the X-ray and magnetic field evolution of a CH BP (marked as No. 1 event in Fig. 1) on 2007 Nov. 9.

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Animation showing evolution of CH event No. 1 on 2007 November 9 (Figs. 6 and 7). The top panel is the X-ray lightcurve; the middle panel is the lightcurves of positive (left) and negative (right) longitudinal magnetic flux; the bottom panel shows the evolution of the event seen in X-ray images (left) and SOT FG longitudinal magnetograms (right). The time axis in the lightcurve plots is showen in UT. During the animation, the dashed line in the lightcurve indicates the given time of the X-ray image and longitudinal magnetogram (bottom panel). Solid lines in the magnetograms outline the region where the magnetic flux lightcurves were extracted. Symbols indicate magnetic features tracked by SWAMIS. Asterisks are features first detected at the given time. Cross symbols indicate magnetic features tracked from the past. Square symbols indicate magnetic features first detected and defined by SWAMIS as flux emergence. (Please note that in this figure only asterisks are shown because it is the first frame of the observation, and other symbols will present through the animation.)

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As Fig. A.1, but for CH brightening event No. 2 on 2007 November 12 (Figs. 9 and 10).

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As Fig. A.1, but for the CH X-ray jet, No. 3 on 2007 November 9 (Figs. 13 and 14).

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Movie of Fig. A.1 (Access here)

Movie of Fig. A.2 (Access here)

Movie of Fig. A.3 (Access here)

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