Solar Demon Flare Detection (qlk)

Quick-look! running in real time on SDO/AIA 94 QKL data
3 minute cadence, typical delay 15 minutes
(detection version 1.00)
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Detector 24h operating status:

Last processed image:    
   0 hours and 19 minutes ago (2022-10-04 19:39 UTC)
Last detected flare:
   0 hours and 19 minutes ago (2022-10-04 19:39 UTC)

Animations and brightness graph
   fixed brightness
   adaptive brightness
location of flare 7427
Flare 7427


Details for flare #: 7427          
timeseq #brightnesssizelatlonX,Y in R☉dist.
R☉
BloomingImg ID
2022-09-17 20:24:0015.9300.95, 0.341.0102561273
2022-09-17 20:27:00212.9480.95, 0.341.0102561276
2022-09-17 20:30:00315.4570.95, 0.341.0102561277
2022-09-17 20:33:00412.5620.95, 0.341.0102561280
2022-09-17 20:39:0053.9300.95, 0.341.0102561284
2022-09-17 20:42:00645.71790.96, 0.341.0102561285
2022-09-17 20:45:007138.52850.96, 0.341.0202561289
2022-09-17 20:48:008215.13540.96, 0.341.0202561290
2022-09-17 20:51:009254.24270.96, 0.341.0202561292
2022-09-17 20:54:0010265.84740.96, 0.341.0202561293
2022-09-17 20:57:0011252.94880.96, 0.351.0202561296
2022-09-17 21:00:3612218.24830.96, 0.351.0202561297
2022-09-17 21:03:0013189.14740.96, 0.351.0202561300
2022-09-17 21:06:0014146.54520.96, 0.351.0202561301
2022-09-17 21:09:0015106.44080.96, 0.351.0302561304
2022-09-17 21:12:001672.13440.96, 0.351.0302561305
2022-09-17 21:15:001745.52620.96, 0.351.0302561308
2022-09-17 21:18:001825.41650.96, 0.351.0302561309
2022-09-17 21:21:001912.0930.96, 0.351.0302561310
2022-09-17 21:24:00203.4300.96, 0.351.0202561314

Solar Demon estimated flare class:
C9

Goes X-RAY flux timeline:

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 )