Note that the values shown here are slightly different from the ones in Kilpua et al. (2012), because in this study we used only two spacecraft, while in Kilpua et al. (2012), the SOHO spacecraft was used as the third eye on the Sun. Note also that the outer diffuse part of the CME was fitted by the model (see Fig. 26) – this should not be confused with the LE but with the shock of the CME. The shock is better visible in HI1 FOV as a sharp edge all the way around the CME front (see, e.g., Liu et al. 2011).
|Date||Time (UT)||Longitude (HEEQ)||Latitude (HEEQ)||Outer shell height||Tilt angle||Ratio||Angular width|
|April 3 (COR1)||09:40||2||−25||2.90||90||0.27||14|
|April 3 (COR1)||09:45||11||−26||3.28||90||0.29||16|
|April 3 (COR1)||09:50||16||−27||3.87||90||0.29||12|
|April 3 (COR2)||10:08||6||−24||4.92||90||0.29||12|
|April 3 (COR2)||11:08||5||−25||9.29||90||0.29||12|
|April 3 (COR2)||12:08||5||−24||13.82||90||0.26||22|
|April 8 (COR1)||03:45||−14||−3||2.52||−6||0.30||12|
|April 8 (COR1)||03:55||−8||−5||2.70||−6||0.30||12|
|April 8 (COR1)||04:05||−15||−4||2.92||−6||0.30||12|
|April 8 (COR2)||05:08||−12||−7||6.09||−6||0.33||14|
|April 8 (COR2)||06:08||3||−7||8.89||−6||0.33||14|
|April 8 (COR2)||07:08||11||−7||11.85||−6||0.33||14|
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