Unusual Solar Filament Flux Field Bubble
Taken by apollo lasky on April 13, 2018 @ Naperville, Illinois
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Just pulled this off of SDO AIA171 and trace171. Some kind of flux void bubble, highly unusual! I do not know what else to call this but the associated surface filament is clearly canceling out much of the surrounding coronal magnetic field! Very intense field structure on the limb, the daily movie of this is probably note worthy for anyone interested.
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