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Date submitted: 26-Feb-1996
Four pannel figure showing Yohkoh-SXT images taken 28 August 1992. The images have been rotated so that north is to the right and east is at the top of each frame. The sequence proceeds in time from top to bottom frame, spanning nearly 3 hours. Of particular interest is the dimming of the corona above the bright compact loops which expanded during this event but appear to remained intact. The corona above the bright loops is not intact and the large closed loop structures are seen to open and expand as this region of the corona moves off the east limb of the Sun and out of the field of view of the SXT. Images prepared by Greg Slater and Hugh Hudson.