[AMRadio] Space Bulliten


Geoff w5omr at w5omr.shacknet.nu
Sat Jan 15 08:58:49 EST 2005


This will affect anyone operating on HF.

Signals need good, proper, resonant antennas.  

After antenna, is power.  Not a lot of power is
needed, if you've got a good working antenna.

But it's all for naught, if there's no propagation.

73 = Best Regards,
-Geoff/W5OMR

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Subject: Space-Weather-Bulletin

Official Space Weather Advisory issued by NOAA Space Environment Center

Boulder, Colorado, USA

SPACE WEATHER ADVISORY BULLETIN #05-1     
2005 January 14 at 03:51 p.m. MST (2005 January 14 2251 UTC)

**** RAPIDLY GROWING SUNSPOT REGION ****

<>On 10 January, a new sunspot group emerged and was assigned NOAA Region
number 720. This sunspot group has grown rapidly and currently has an
area of 1540 millionths of the size of the Solar disk (about 18 times
the size of the Earth).  So far this region has only produced minor
flare activity (R1). However, its growth and complexity suggest that it
is capable of moderate to strong levels of flare activity (R2 to R3
levels) during the next 7 days. .  <>

These types of flares lead to HF radio blackouts.

The effects range from minor degradation of HF communication (R1), up to
wide area blackouts on the daylit side of the earth for about an hour (R3).

Data used to provide space weather services are contributed by NOAA, 
USAF, NASA, NSF, USGS, the International Space Environment Services 
and other observatories, universities, and institutions. For more 
information, including email services, see SEC's Space Weather 
Advisories Web site http://sec.noaa.gov/advisories or (303) 497-5127.






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