prominence

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The state of being prominent: widely known or eminent
Autonomous height; relative height or prime factor; a concept used in the categorization of hills and mountains
A bulge: something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form
relative importance
the quality of being noticeable or distinguished
{n} a protuberance, a part jutting out
If someone or something is in a position of prominence, they are well-known and important. He came to prominence during the World Cup in Italy Crime prevention had to be given more prominence
A term identifying cloud-like features in the solar atmosphere The features appear as bright structures in the corona above the solar limb and as dark filaments when seen projected against the solar disk Prominences are further classified by their shape (for example, mound prominence, coronal rain) and activity They are most clearly and most often observed in H alpha
Loop or sheet of glowing gas ejected from an active region on the solar surface, which then moves through the inner parts of the corona under the influence of the Sun's magnetic field
A structure in the corona consisting of cool plasma supported by magnetic fields Prominences are bright structures when seen over the solar limb, but appear dark when seen against the bright solar disk Prominences seen on the disk are also known as filaments more!
relative importance the state of being prominent: widely known or eminent
A cloud, or plume, of hot, luminous gas in the Sun's corona It appears bright when seen against the cool blackness of space When they are in silhouette against the disc they are known as filaments They are mainly composed of hydrogen, helium and calcium Q
A loop or sheet of glowing gas ejected from an active region on the surface of the sun Like sunspots, this is associated with the sun's magnetic field and is highly variable This phenomenon can be observed through an H-alpha filter with the solar telescope
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form
News value that stresses the importance of the person involved in the event
A huge arc of gas emitted from the Sun's surface during a solar storm
That which is prominent; a protuberance
a large-scale gaseous formation above the surface of the Sun
Cloud of gas elevated above the solar surface
An explosion of hot gas that erupts from the Sun's surface Solar prominences are usually associated with sunspot activity and can cause interference with communications on Earth due to their electromagnetic effects on the atmosphere
a strand of relatively cool gas in the solar corona which appears bright when seen at the edge of the Sun against the blackness of space
An eruption of hot gases above the photosphere of the Sun Prominences are most easily visible close to the limb of the Sun, but some are also visible as bright streamers on the photosphere
The quality or state of being prominent; a standing out from something; conspicuousness
prominentis = past participle of prominere = [Latin] to stick out, be prominent Prominences are clouds of solar material that sit up to about 30,000 miles (50,000 km) above the solar surface (the photosphere) They can be observed in the center of strong spectral lines, but not in the continuum When seen beyond the limb of the Sun, these clouds appear bright When seen against the solar disk, the clouds appear dark and are called filaments Filaments and prominences can stay around for up to about two months, though some of them disappear much faster Some seem to appear as a result of a solar flares
a large-scale gaseous formation above the surface of the Sun R
{i} eminence, importance; fame, notoriety; conspicuousness state of being noticeable; protrusion, projection
laryngeal prominence
the Adam's apple
solar prominence
Large eruptions of luminous hydrogen gas that rise thousands of kilometers above the chromosphere of the Sun
a prominence
projection
person of prominence
eminent person, important individual, distinguished person
solar prominence
Arched stream of hot gas projecting from the Sun's surface into the chromosphere or corona. Prominences can be hundreds of thousands of miles long and can be seen with the unaided eye during a total eclipse. They appear to lie along and are supported by loops in the Sun's magnetic field, where they may remain for days to months
solar prominence
large eruptions of luminous hydrogen gas that rise thousands of kilometers above the chromosphere
prominence