Last week, Hinode ran a program that involved several pointing changes from the solar south pole to
the north. During this time, XRT ran a CME flare watch program. These programs are designed to observe
large scale solar events and the full disk when multiple targets exist on the sun.
In this movie, as we slew from south to north, you'll see
bright loops forming near the top of a coronal hole, a candle flame cusp in one of the active regions and a
XRT will be running more CME flare watch programs in the next few weeks to observe more of these events.
Keywords: Focus Mode, Full Disk