The discovery of late-phase flares depended on the linking of MEGS-A spectra and AIA images. The SAM images were made by a pinhole camera, but had a remarkable accuracy in determining the location of flares.
MEGS-B, MEGS-P, and ESP are working as designed.
This letter from Tom Woods, the EVE PI, was sent out yesterday.
Hi EVE team,
We're sad to report that EVE MEGS-A / SAM data stream has ended on Monday May 26, 2014 due to a power anomaly for MEGS-A CCD electronics. With the SAM images being from MEGS-A CCD, both SAM solar X-ray images and MEGS-A spectra (6-37 nm) are not available now. The MEGS-A and SAM data from May 1, 2010 to May 26, 2014 will remain available from the EVE web site ( http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/eve/ ).
All the other EVE instruments are working well, ESP, MEGS-B, and MEGS-P. We¹ll be working with the EVE science team to optimize the EVE observations with those instruments.