Using SDO's Extreme ultraviolet Variability Experiment, or EVE instrument designed and built at CU-Boulder, scientists have observed that radiation from solar flares sometimes continues for up to five hours beyond the initial minutes of the main phase of a solar flare occurrence.
What does EVE stand for?
EVE stands for Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment
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- Evenes, Norway - Evenes (Airport Code)
- Everyone versus Everyone (online gaming)
- Evolution and Ecology (various locations)
- Exceptionally Versatile Evolvanoid (Sonic the Hedgehog)
- Exemplary Voluntary Efforts (award)
- Expected Vertical Error (engineering)
- Extended Virtual Environment
- Extensible Versatile Editor
- Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator (Pixar film Wall-E)
- Extreme Value Engineering
- Emerald Valley Equine Assistance (Silver Lake, OR)
- Eosinophil Viability-Enhancing Activity
- Évaluation et Accompagnement (French: Assessment and Coaching)
- Edmonton Veterinarians' Emergency Clinic (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Environmental Voter Education Campaign
- European Virtual Enterprise Centre
- Eidgenössisches Verkehrs- und Energiewirtschaftsdepartement (Swiss Department of Transport, Communications and Energy)
- Experimental Visual Experience Device (artistic invention that alter the viewer's visual perception of the external real world)
- Economic Value Engine for Damage Analysis (Security Intelligence Products & Systems)
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The third SDO instrument, the Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment (EVE), measures fluctuations in the Sun's ultraviolet output.