EIT WAVES AND ERUPTIVE DIMMINGS

Real-Time Detections


Since August 1, 2010 NEMO-1.0 stopped to provide Real-Time Alerts based on EIT wave observations due to the termination of the "CME watch observational programme for SOHO/EIT".
Data for earlier dates is available at Real-Time Detection Archive

26 March 2019

Quick Look Dimming Area Extraction
Running Differences

Latest Detections
Date Event Number Event Observations Start [UT] End [UT] Max Dimming Area [EIT pixels 256 x 256] Daily History Comments
31/07/2010#1 Pictures & Movies19:0000:12522 List & Plot  
30/07/2010#1 Pictures & Movies19:0000:00544 List & Plot  
29/07/2010#1 Pictures & Movies13:3615:07817 List & Plot  
19/07/2010#1 Pictures & Movies06:3607:36520 List & Plot  
18/07/2010#1 Pictures & Movies00:4801:25271 List & Plot  

Latest 20 Days Detections
DATE EVENTS DATE EVENTS
7 March 2019 8 March 2019 
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NEMO consists of a series of image processing techniques especially developed to extract eruptive events from the EUV solar disk. This technique is based on the general statistical properties and underlying physics of eruptive on-disk events. NEMO main feature is a rapid search in the large family of coronal dimmings those connected to CMEs. NEMO's high preformence in autonomous eruption detection from EIT data is achieved by continious algorithm training during 2004-2009 by the team of engineers and physisysts.

This catalog is obtained automatically by NEMO tool. Gaps in detection list are due to EIT bakeout periods.