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Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by M1WML, Aug 12, 2010.

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  1. M1WML

    M1WML Ham Member QRZ Page

    August 11th will mark the 46th day in a row with an official NOAA Sunspot number and this represents a new record for Solar Cycle 24. With the continuous stream of new sunspots, it looks like the record will stretch even longer. The previous best was set March 5th, 2010 with 45 days.
  2. W8KBF

    W8KBF Ham Member QRZ Page

    The record is that this is one of the slowest starts and lowest number of sunspots during any sunspot cycle the past 100 or 200 years. Cycle 24 looks like a "non-cycle".
  3. N9AAT

    N9AAT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I say we all get BIG antennas. 160-meters has been pretty sweet lately. Maybe it's time we explored Top Band again. I've been sitting here monitoring 15 all day. Nada ... zilch ... nothing. :mad:
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