# A three-dimensional velocity of an erupting prominence prior to a coronal mass ejection

@article{Gutierrez2021ATV,
title={A three-dimensional velocity of an erupting prominence prior to a coronal mass ejection},
author={M. Vinhais Gutierrez and Ken Otsuji and Ayumi Asai and R. Terrazas and Mutsumi Ishitsuka and Jos{\'e} K. Ishitsuka and Naoki Nakamura and Yusuke Yoshinaga and Satoshi Morita and T. T. Ishii and Satoru Ueno and Reizaburo Kitai and Kazunari Shibata},
journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan},
year={2021},
volume={73},
pages={394-404}
}
• Published 21 January 2021
• Physics
• Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
We present a detailed three-dimensional (3D) view of a prominence eruption, coronal loop expansion, and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) associated with an M4.4 flare that occurred on 2011 March 8 in the active region NOAA 11165. Full-disk H$\alpha$ images of the flare and filament ejection were successfully obtained by the Flare Monitoring Telescope (FMT) following its relocation to Ica University, Peru. Multiwavelength observation around the H$\alpha$ line enabled us to derive the 3D velocity…

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