Solar Demon Dimming Detection (qlk)

Quick-look! running in real time on SDO/AIA 211 QLK data
3 minute cadence, typical delay 15 minutes
(detection version 1.00)
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Overview of dimming 10254
Detector 24h operating status:

Last processed image:    
   0 hours and 22 minutes ago (2024-06-21 06:54 UTC)
Last detected dimming:
   2 hours and 22 minutes ago (2024-06-21 04:54 UTC)


Overview for dimming #:
   10254           back to overview

Animations and graphs
   derotated original images ( non-derotated )
   dimming intensity ( overlaid on HMI )
   dimming mask

   base difference ( percentage )
   running difference ( percentage )

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Details for dimming #: 10254          
timeseq #total
intensity
max
intensity
median
intensity
areasizelatlonx,y in R☉dist.
R☉
detectionImg ID
2024-05-28 12:09:1110.00.00.00.00 , 0.003131885
2024-05-28 12:12:1120.00.00.00.00 , 0.003131886
2024-05-28 12:15:1130.00.0-11.40.01 , 0.003131895
2024-05-28 12:18:114-1.0-7.9-11.40.391-1.2-11.7-0.21, 0.000.211.533131896
2024-05-28 12:21:115-3.8-13.6-12.50.9288-0.7-11.4-0.20, 0.010.200.003131897
2024-05-28 12:24:116-4.6-14.5-12.81.1344-0.7-11.4-0.20, 0.010.200.003131898
2024-05-28 12:27:117-5.2-15.7-13.31.2365-0.5-11.4-0.20, 0.010.200.003131899
2024-05-28 12:30:118-6.2-14.5-13.51.44300.2-10.8-0.19, 0.020.190.003131900
2024-05-28 12:33:119-7.7-16.3-14.31.75101.4-12.1-0.21, 0.040.220.003131901
2024-05-28 12:36:1110-11.0-17.1-13.52.57581.5-12.0-0.21, 0.040.210.003131902
2024-05-28 12:39:1111-15.7-19.5-13.63.610620.2-13.4-0.23, 0.020.240.003131909
2024-05-28 12:42:1112-18.3-17.8-13.44.112290.1-13.8-0.24, 0.020.240.003131910

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under the grant agreement nr. 263506 [AFFECTS], and grant agreement nr. 263252 [COMESEP]
Solar Demon is still under construction.
( Legal notices - SWSC (Volume 5, A18, 2015) research article:Solar Demon - an approach to detecting flares, dimmings, and EUV waves on SDO/AIA images )