File:Extremely fast decay - or transverse motion - of a spray surge (Spray Surge).webm
A spray surge is thrown upward by a flare. When it seemingly gets disconnected from the photosphere, a second flare takes place in about the same location on the limb. Then the first blob completely disappears in 60 seconds and as it happens, a second blob appears pointed in a slightly different direction and slightly offset but at about the same height. It is unclear at first sight whether it is an extremely fast transverse motion or an extremely fast decay and appearance of the second surge.
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