The Sun's Ring of Fire Eclipse & Sundiving Comets | Space Weather News 06.20.2020

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  1. KB7TBT

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    The Sun's Ring of Fire Eclipse & Sundiving Comets | Space Weather News 06.20.2020
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  2. 2E0TWD

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    Thank you Dr. Skov, as always. I was thrilled last week to learn you were a Ham.
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  3. W0PV

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    Six meters has been rocking & rolling lately as this "season" of ionopheric E layer propagation has peaked.

    Not watched all her episdoes, but never heard Dr. Skov WX6SWW mention anything about it. It is definitely also "Space WX".

    A relatively under-explored phenomenon, there are several hypothesis on the geophysical mechanism and certainly there is a demand to develop a better more precise ability to predict its occurances and intensity.

    Perhaps E layer ionisation should become a research project topic at Millersville University of PA.

    Sporadic E, Es Propagation

    Using Sporadic E, Es Propagation for Amateur Radio

    73, John, WØPV
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  4. AD3C

    AD3C Ham Member QRZ Page

    Once again, HF rest in peace...
  5. AK5B

    AK5B Ham Member QRZ Page

    Cut that out! It's not over 'til the Top Band sings!
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  6. AD3C

    AD3C Ham Member QRZ Page

    The Who :) Think they retired too :)
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  7. MI0CMY

    MI0CMY Ham Member QRZ Page

    End of May early June here 6m and 10m wide open 6 especially opened late into the evening...had 100 plus cw contacts so i was happy with that...still have openings but not to the extent then,,but good to see them open none the less
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  8. M1WML

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    thanks ;),,


    I've missed it. In 2021 there will be annular solar eclipse 147 saros, the maximum phase of which can be observed in Canada, Greenland and Russia. This eclipse is a repetition through the Saros of the annular solar eclipse on May 31, 2003, the strip of which passed over Greenland, and the partial phases were visible almost throughout the territory of the former USSR. It is also unique in that it can be seen at the North Pole. The next eclipse of this Saros will occur on June 21, 2039.

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