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TIME INTERVAL (Jan 01, 2002 - present date):

LIST OF ACTIVE FILTERS:

POSITION BOX FILTER
X coord:   from arcsec to arcsec
Y coord:   from arcsec to arcsec

LIMB FLARE FILTER
Threshol distance from the Solar limb: arcsec
Note: currently Solar radius is assumed to be 975 arcsec without annual variations

CENTER FLARE FILTER
Distance from the Solar center: arcsec
Note: currently Solar radius is assumed to be 975 arcsec without annual variations

ACTIVE REGION FILTER
From:   to:

DISPLAY INSTRUMENT-BASED FILTERS
GOES FLARE CATALOG: AVAILABILITY MAX TEMPERATURE MAX EM CLASS DURATION T-EM DELAY

SELECT MAX TEMPEARATURE RANGE:

From Temp: MK
To     Temp: MK
The Temperature and Emission Measure maxima are calculated using TEBBS algorithm in autonomous way. May be inaccurate for the flares <C1.0

SELECT MAX EMISSION MEASURE RANGE:

From EM: 1049 cm-3
To     EM: 1049 cm-3
The Temperature and Emission Measure maxima are calculated using TEBBS algorithm in autonomous way. May be inaccurate for the flares <C1.0

SELECT FLARE GOES CLASS RANGE:

From Class:
To     Class:
Examples: B5.0, C3.8, M8.1, X5.2

SELECT GOES FLARE DURATION:

From Duration: s
To     Duration: s

SELECT GOES FLARE T-EM DELAY:

From Delay: s
To     Delay: s
The Delay is determined as difference between Emission Measure and Temperature peak times


RHESSI FLARE CATALOG: AVAILABILITY ENERGY DURATION PEAK COUNTS QUALITY FLAGS

SELECT ENERGY RANGE:

From: keV
To:     keV

SELECT DURATION RANGE:

From Duration: s
To     Duration: s

SELECT PEAK RANGE:

From Peak: counts
To     Peak: counts

SELECT OBSERVATIONAL QUALITY FLAGS:

Flare Start Time was observed by RHESSI
Flare End Time was observed by RHESSI


HEK FLARE CATALOG (AIA events only): AVAILABILITY CHANNEL PEAK FLUX

SELECT AIA CHANNEL:

From Channel:

SELECT PEAK FLUX RANGE:

From Peak Flux: erg/cm2s
To     Peak Flux: erg/cm2s


FERMI GBM FLARE CATALOG AVAILABILITY DURATION PEAK COUNTS TOTAL COUNTS

SELECT DURATION RANGE:

From : s
To    : s

SELECT PEAK COUNTS NUMBER:

From : counts/s
To    : counts/s

SELECT TOTAL COUNTS NUMBER:

From : counts
To    : counts


HINODE FLARE CATALOG (available for 2006-11-01 - 2016-07-31):
AVAILABILITY SOT FG images SOT SP images XRT images EIS observations

SELECT MINIMUM NUMBER OF SOT FG IMAGES:

MINIMUM NUMBER OF IMAGES:

SELECT MINIMUM NUMBER OF SOT SP IMAGES:

MINIMUM NUMBER OF IMAGES:

SELECT MINIMUM NUMBER OF XRT IMAGES:

MINIMUM NUMBER OF IMAGES:

SELECT MINIMUM NUMBER OF EIS IMAGES:

MINIMUM NUMBER OF IMAGES:


FILAMENT ERUPTION CATALOG (available for 2010-04-24 - 2014-10-19):
AVAILABILITY Prior time extension Coord box extension Interest rating Filament type Filament eruption Filament symmetry Filament direction

SELECT TIME PRIOR THE FILAMENT ERUPTION:

Time: hours
The flares within the hours prior to the filament eruption will be searched; the filament recors will be added to these flares. The default is 1 hour.

SELECT EXTENSION OF THE FILAMENT COORDINATE BOX:

Time: arcsec
All bounds of the standard filament box given in the catalog will be extended for the provided distance. The default is 250 arcsec.

SELECT ARBITRARY INTEREST RATING:

From:
To     :
The arbitrary interest rating varies from 1 to 5. Rating -1 corresponds to duplicate event.

SELECT FILAMENT TYPE:

SELECT FILAMENT ERUPTION TYPE:

SELECT FILAMENT SYMMETRY:

SELECT FILAMENT DIRECTION:



KONUS-WIND FLARE CATALOG (presented for 2002-01-01 - 2016-07-23): AVAILABILITY

OVSA FLARE CATALOG (presented for 2002-01-01 - 2003-12-31): AVAILABILITY Expand time range

EXPAND OVSA EVENT TIME RANGE:

Bidirectional expansion for:  min


EOVSA FLARE CATALOG (presented for 2017-01-25 - current time): AVAILABILITY Expand EOVSA onset time range

EXPAND EOVSA ONSET TIME RANGE (10 minutes by default):

Bidirectional expansion for:  min


CACTUS CME CATALOG: AVAILABILITY Search time interval Liftoff duration Principal angle Angular width Median velocity Lowest velocity bound Highest velocity bound Halo type

SELECT THE SEARCH TIME INTERVAL RELATIVE TO THE FLARE START AND END TIMES (in minutes):

Start to search min before the flare start time
End to search min after the flare end time
The CME will be linked to the flare if its onset is in the selected diapason.

SELECT LIFTOFF TIME:

From: h
To     : h

SELECT PRINCIPAL ANGLE:

From: degrees
To     : degrees
The principal angle is measured counterclockwise from North

SELECT ANGULAR WIDTH:

From: degrees
To     : degrees

SELECT MEDIAN VELOCITY:

From: km/s
To     : km/s

SELECT MIN VELOCITY:

From: km/s
To     : km/s

SELECT MAX VELOCITY:

From: km/s
To     : km/s

SELECT HALO TYPE:

The CME association is currently based on the CME onset time, and the flare Start time and End time.

IRIS OBSERVATIONS OF FLARING REGIONS: AVAILABILITY Full time/space coverage of event region Expand IRIS FOV
SJI channels SJI number of images
RASTER mode RASTER number of slit positions RASTER FOV RASTER full cadence RASTER lines covered

EXPAND IRIS FOV BOX FOR:

FOV all-direction expansion for: arcsec

SELECT SJI CHANNELS NEEDED TO BE OBSERVED:

1400 2796 2832 1330

SJI NUMBER OF IMAGES:

From: images
To      : images

SELECT DESIRED RASTER MODES:

COARSE SPARSE DENSE SIT-AND-STARE

SELECT NUMBER OF SLIT POSITIONS IN ONE RASTER:

From: positions
To      : positions

SELECT RASTER FOV (DISTANCE BETWEEN FIRST AND LAST SLIT POSITIONS):

From: arcsec
To      : arcsec

SELECT RASTER CADENCE (TIME NEEDED TO COVER ALL SLIT POSITIONS):

From: s
To      : s

SELECT RASTER LINES:

C II 1335 C II 1336 Si IV 1403 Mg II 2796 Mg II 2803 Fe XXI 1354

IRIS filters cannot be applied for the events with missing position and AR information; These events are ignored if the filter is switched on

NOBEYAMA RP OBSERVATIONS (since January 1st, 2010): AVAILABILITY

DONKI SPACE WEATHER DB (presented for 2010-01-01 - 2018-04-23): AVAILABILITY With directly-linked CMEs With directly-linked SEPs

SPE NOAA CATALOG (presented for 2002-01-01 - 2019-04-15): AVAILABILITY SPE flux

SELECT SPE FLUX:

From :pfu
To      :pfu