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Table 2 Filament eruptions used in this study.

From: Relationship between three-dimensional velocity of filament eruptions and CME association

Date and time
(UT)
CME Cred.a \(V_{\text{r}\_\max}\) (km \(\text {s}^{-1}\)) \(V_{\text{r}\_\text{fin}}\) (km \(\text {s}^{-1}\)) \(V_{\text{pos}}^{\text{b}}\) (km \(\text {s}^{-1}\)) \(V_{\max}\) (km \(\text {s}^{-1}\)) L (Mm) \(\varTheta ^{\text{c}}\) (°)
2016-05-24 01:00 Yes 3 134 36.4 134 175 137 11.8
2016-06-01 21:00 Yes 3 173 50.8 189 226 151 25.7
2016-06-20 05:30 Yes 3 215 41.3 223 224 63.6 16.6
2016-07-07 07:19 Yes 3 359 189 272 365 35.6 9.67
2016-07-19 05:30 No 3 30.8 − 3.80 27.0 93.1 31.7 53.9
2016-07-20 01:00 Yes 3 122 − 6.40 101 199 99.8 43.9
2016-08-09 23:30 Yes 3 149 51.3 130 155 449 15.0
2016-08-11 22:00 No 2 9.40 2.00 38.2 52.0 153 75.9
2016-08-13 02:30 No 3 34.8 − 18.0 108 234 139 71.3
2016-08-19 02:00 No 2 3.60 2.20 18.1 22.3 341 78.5
2016-09-03 23:53 No 3 15.7 15.0 9.35 52.7 52.5 7.89
2016-09-09 21:51 No 3 51.6 25.8 22.3 154 41.7 35.2
2016-11-04 01:32 Yes 2 38.4 26.8 39.6 44.3 312 29.1
2016-11-05 01:24 Yes 3 121 109 67.0 123 112 7.26
2017-02-10 04:00 No 2 4.90 − 1.40 11.5 14.2 154 64.9
2017-02-19 04:44 Yes 2 161 143 185 218 112 42.2
2017-03-05 01:30 No 3 68.1 40.9 74.4 81.0 42.7 32.7
2017-04-23 04:30 Yes 3 456 436 497 523 113 29.4
2017-04-23 03:05 No 3 18.9 − 25.0 18.1 324 73.9 45.5
2017-04-23 23:08 Yes 3 80.3 36.5 110 112 293 44.4
2017-04-29 23:30 Yes 2 44.2 − 10.6 151 154 271 73.0
2017-09-25 21:24 Yes 2 172 7.70 530 555 164 72.0
2017-12-07 02:15 No 3 2.30 − 43.3 63.8 246 69.8 88.0
2018-04-03 02:30 No 3 82.7 − 2.77 139 183 160 59.0
2018-04-20 05:00 No 2 0.100 − 23.4 0.141 46.7 59.3 72.5
2018-07-16 06:00 No 3 40.0 − 5.00 52.8 75.6 77.4 43.9
2018-07-31 03:00 No 3 3.70 3.30 0.412 13.5 99.6 26.1
2019-02-23 22:30 Yes 3 47.6 28.2 45.1 66.6 285 43.6
  1. aThe credibility of the association between a CME and a filament eruption. 3 > 2 > 1. Events with a credibility of 1 are excluded from this study.
  2. bThe apparent velocity of a filament. It is defined as \(\sqrt{V_{x}^2 + V_{y}^2}\), where \(V_{x}\) and \(V_{y}\) are the east–west and south–north velocities projected on the plane of the sky, respectively.
  3. cThe inclination angle of a filament eruption with respect to the solar normal