Sunspot Cycle 25 Will Be a BIG One -- Latest Research for Ham Radio

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by K8QS, Sep 17, 2021.

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  1. SV1RUX

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    Can you imagine switching the rig on and actually hearing stuff?
    I dream about this.
     
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  2. DO1FER

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    I cant go with the opinion that the new cycle 25 gets a big one. Because the begin itself was real slow. And at next the Sun shows the typical behave of a low cycle. So that the SFI pump up to 90 and break down back to the low 70s. And these curve, which seems to continue, was the typical sign for to become a low and powerless cycle in the past. But maybe my glasbowl lies. :)
     
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  3. AK5CT

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    In other scientific experiments, it was discovered if you delete the word "Right", from his description of the cycle, the 57 minute video can be viewed in just over 39 minutes.
     
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  4. K8QS

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    Take a look at Scott's analysis though. He has convinced me that the old patterns of measurement are simply wrong.

    Quin, K8QS
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  5. K8QS

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    You MIGHT be right, but Scott's analysis, only some of which we included in the video, suggests that even at the lowest predictive high this will be a major sunspot cycle. Our past thinking about how to measure these things might be very wrong. Thanks for your note!

    Quin, K8QS
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  6. K8QS

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    Right.

    Quin, K8QS
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  7. K8QS

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    We all do, Dave. Thanks for your post. Watch for our next video too, which involves Alexander Graham Bell's involvement in ham radio.

    Quin, K8QS
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  8. K8QS

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    Amen. Gimme 10 meters going wild. Thanks for watching our video and commenting.

    Quin, K8QS
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  9. N8ZI

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    I went straight to the "tried and true" prediction tool for solar cycle insight.
    Shook it up real good, flipped it over and looked through the window to the future and it said, “Outlook Not So Good.” Screenshot_20210918-052211_Gallery.jpg game-magic-8-ball-no-text.png
     
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  10. M0YRX

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    I hope Scott McIntosh et al. are on to something however I haven't seen anyone question him on SC 13 or 16 which by everway you try a best fit as regards strength of cycle V terminator duration do not fit . SC13 had an amplitude of 147 with the terminator (SC12) at 10.58 years , SC16 at 130 with T at 10.33 years and even SC20 at 157 with T at 10.92 years.
    Also on the graph where he talks about the SN being over 110 is he mixing apples and oranges ? The mean monthly SN in black along with the red, blue and green lines SSN would all have been based on SILSO data but the SN110 where did that come from NOOA ?
     
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