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We describe the history of solar-eclipse supervision since the formation of the International Astronomical Union, as the supervising body morphed from a full commission to a subcommission to its current status as an Inter-Divisional Working Group of the Education, Outreach and Heritage Division and the Sun and Heliosphere Division.
Based on the analyses of Call K line profiles of 12 solar flares, the characteristics of the red asymmetry of Call K line are summarized. Non-LTE calculations indicated that a downward motion of plasma above the temperature minimum region (TMR) as well as a contracting motion of plasma toward TMR can well explain the red asymmetry observed at the Ki positions. The typical velocity is 10-30 km s−1. This result is consistent with the observations of metallic lines of solar flares.