Interesting to see that when some of the tops of the spinning bands of plasma move away from it they go sideways and seem to join up or create other areas of plasma.
Also, at some points it looks like multiple strands of plasma forming the whole thing. Almost like multiple Birkeland currents twisting and spinning around a central point or in a circle.
A giant, swirling plume of superheated plasma churned above the surface of the sun for 40 hours last week while a NASA spacecraft looked on.
The mass of plasma "was stretched and pulled back and forth by powerful magnetic forces but [was] not ripped apart in this sequence," ... "The temperature of the ionized iron particles observed in this extreme ultraviolet wavelength of light was about 2.8 million degrees C (or 5 million degrees F)."
5-Million-Degree Plasma 'Tornado' Rages on the Sun