CME Dimming Region Recognition


  • Inputs: AIA images, in multiple wavelengths.

  • Outputs: Processed images showing locations of CME dimming regions.

  • Problem:

Literature Search

  • K.P.Dere, G.E.Brueckner, R.A.Howard et al. Solar Physics. 175, 601-612 (1997).
    • Use running difference images to analyse evolution of CMEs.

Routines and Libraries

Test Data

SOHO EIT data in multiple wavelengths.


One approach that has come during discussions is the idea of using difference images. For example, if you subtract the previous image from the next image, then you can show unchanged regions as grey, areas where brightness has reduced as white, and regions where the brightness has increased as black (for example).

-- SimonMartin - 08 Apr 2005

-- ElizabethAuden - 11 Jan 2005

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