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A notable arch prominence was on the NE limb on Sep 4 but was not present on Sep 5.
Solar prominences and filaments supply most of the material released in coronal mass ejections, vast eruptions from the Sun's atmosphere that can cause space weather and create geomagnetic storms on Earth.
There's no comparison in grandeur between such pip-squeak arcs and the mighty solar prominences that Bellan is trying to replicate.
The difficulty lies in understanding how solar prominences condense from the sun's corona.
Two bright complex prominences were seen on the E limb on May 1, also described as a loop by some observers, and a striking loop prominence was seen on the NE limb on May 2.
Until that day, none of the several hundred extended prominences photographed over nine years by Solar Max's coronagraph/polarimeter had been seen returning, says the instrument's chief experimenter, Arthur J.
This was another month with few prominences of particular note to report.
A medium sized pyramid was on the SE limb just south of a smaller hearth consisting of five small prominences.
These prominences were assessed to reach heights o f84,000km and 74,000km respectively, the SE prominence still being visible on Oct 17 & 18.
On Sept 1 three large prominences were seen, one on the NW limb reaching an approximate height of 74,000km, another on the SW limb reaching 84,000km and the third on the SE limb reaching about 112,000km in height.
On June 3, many prominences were evident, the largest on the NW limb reaching a height of approximately 84,000km.
Several significant prominences have been seen during this period including one 'hedgerow'-type prominence in 2011 August which extended around the northeastern solar limb for approximately 326,000km.
The start of the month produced only small prominences, none of significance.
Multiple arch prominences were seen on Mar 1 at SW -20[degrees] to -30[degrees].
Two prominence hearths were visible on Dec 6, one consisting of two pyramid shaped prominences with a column between and the other a hedgerow further south.