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1 Selected highlights of SWAP observations M. Mierla 1,2,3 and SWAP team 1. Royal Observatory of Belgium 2. Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy 3. Research Centre for Atomic Physics and Astrophysics, University of Bucharest

2  Solar eclipse  Active region birth  Active phenomena: - Flares - Prominence eruption - Jets - Macro/micro waves/dimmings - Outflows/Inflows (of all kinds)  Off-pointing capabilities (see Dan Seaton talk)  Average intensity variation of the Sun (see Sarp Yalim talk) Contents

3 SWAP on PROBA2 Daily mpg movies Level 1 FITS Files:

4 Solar Eclipse – 15 January 2010 David Berghmans

5 Active Region Birth – 7 June 2010 MDI :00UT MDI :24UT Dan Seaton Daily mpg movie

6 M type flares: January 2010; AR S24E M 17 GOES 1.8E M 10 GOES 1.9E M 16 GOES 1.2E M 18 GOES 1.7E M 34 GOES 1.7E-02 Dan Seaton

7 M type flares: 5 May 2010; AR N42W M 12 GOES 3.2E-03 Dan Seaton Note the flow on the SW limb also!!!

8 Prominence eruption – 13 April 2010 Dan Seaton

9 Jets,13 February 2010 Dan Seaton

10 Jets, February 2010 Bogdan Nicula Dan Seaton

11 EIT waves – 8 April 2010 Daily mpg movies

12 Micro wave – 19 January 2010 Bogdan Nicula SWAP observes many such events.

13 Motions of all kinds 2 May 2010 – nice off-limb eruption David Berghmans LASCO-C3; CACTUS

14 Motions of all kinds 3 March 2010 – Inflow? Dan Seaton

15 Off-pointing: 12 June see Dan Seaton presentation Quick look data

16 Average intensity variation of the Sun – see Sarp Yalim presentation

17 Thank You!


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