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The Heliophysics Feature Catalogue, a tool for the study of solar features long-term behavior
Xavier Bonnin  1@  , Nicolas Fuller  1, *@  , Christian Renié  1, *@  , Jean Aboudarham  1, *@  , Baptiste Cecconi  1@  , Robert Bentley  2@  , André Csillaghy  3@  
1 : Laboratoire d'études spatiales et d'instrumentation en astrophysique  (LESIA)  -  Website
Université Pierre et Marie Curie [UPMC] - Paris VI, Observatoire de Paris, INSU, CNRS : UMR8109, Université Paris VII - Paris Diderot, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) - Paris VI
5, place Jules Janssen 92190 MEUDON -  France
2 : Mullard Space Science Laboratory  (MSSL)  -  Website
University College London Department of Space and Climate Physics Mullard Space Science Laboratory Holmbury St. Mary Dorking Surrey RH5 6NT -  United Kingdom
3 : Institute of 4D Technologies, School of Engineering  (FHNW)  -  Website
Institute of 4D Technologies, School of Engineering, Windisch -  Switzerland
* : Corresponding author

The behavior of filaments and prominences during the Solar Cycle is a signature of Sun's activity. It is therefore important to follow their evolution during the cycle, in order to be able to associate it with the various phases of the Solar Cycle as well as with other Solar features or events.
The virtual observatory HELIO provides information that can be used for such studies, especially its Heliophysics Feature Catalogue gives a unique access to the description of various features during around one cycle. Features available are: filaments, prominences, photospheric and coronal active regions, coronal radio emission, type III radio bursts, coronal holes and sunspots.
Web interfaces allow the user to query data for these features. Useful information can also be shared with other HELIO services, such as Heliophysics Event Catalogue, which provides access to dozens of tables of events such as flares, CMEs, ...

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