04/05/2010 08:00:00 UTC

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The April 05, 2010 CME erupted from Sun around 09:00 UT on April 03, associated with a flare from NOAA Active Region 11059 (S25 W03). The first signature as seen in ACE is of a shock front at 08:00 UT and a flux rope is observed by ACE at 11:30 UT.

Comment Section

  • Manuela Temmer: we can provide for close to the Sun deprojected height-time, velocity-time, acceleration-time, mass-time/distance plots, as well as some movies (STEREO); have a look under 2010-Apr-03 Event
  • paper http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.0827
  • A well-behaved CME-ICME event (Jie)
  • unsolved question:

explain the magnetic field profile of the ICME; how well do predictions perform?

Image Data

In-Situ Data

A combination of SWEPAM and MAG data from the ACE Satellite:
Plot sw mag plasma 2010040400.png Plot sw mag 2010040400.png Plot sw vel 2010040400.png
The blue lines are an approximation of the CME cloud and the red line denotes the shock.

Heliospheric Imaging

Jmaps from STEREO A and B along the CME leading edge position angle

JmapA20100403.png JmapB20100403.png


De-projected Height Time Plots of the shock and ejecta fronts as obtained from the GCS (measured by Hess) (for GCS details, see Thernisien 2006) along with velocity and acceleration profiles determined from the Aerodynamic Drag Model.

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Fitting parameters in GCS Model: Carrington Longitude: 260.785 degrees, Latitude: -26.273 degrees, Tilt Angle: 14.535 degrees, Aspect Ratio: .378943, Half Angular Width: 24.9751

GOES X-RAY FLUX

20100403 goes.png

The GOES X-ray Flux of the flare associated with the event. The vertical line approximately denotes the flare peak time.

Video Data

COR2A
COR2B
HI1A
HI1B
HI2A
HI2B

References

  • Brian Wood paper 2010 (density shell model with different orientations)
  • Liu et al. 2011 ApJ (SEPs)
  • Rouillard et al. 2011 ApJ (shock, SEPs)
  • Moestl et al. 2010 GRL (HI modeling and ICME)
  • Rollett et al. 2012 Sol. Phys. (kinematics)