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Network Name:Rizon
Channel Name:#WSPR
Last users:7
Last updated:2022-11-28 17:47:43
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2022-03-11 - 2022-11-28
2021-06-27 - 2022-03-11
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation
2021-08-12 (09:43:29 - 15:43:28)
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - An emerging sunspot has produced a C-1 class flare as it continues to develop
2021-07-25 - 2021-07-28
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Both visible sunspots have simple, stable magnetic fields that pose little threat for strong solar flares
2021-07-24 - 2021-07-25
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspot AR2849 unleashed a C4-class flare and CME at 0012 UTC on July 24th.
2021-07-22 - 2021-07-24
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - For the first time in many years, there are 6 numbered sunspot groups on the face of the sun.
2021-07-21 - 2021-07-22
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - A new as-yet-unnumbered sunspot is growing rapidly. Once numbered, it will be the 5th sunspot on the disk
2021-07-20 - 2021-07-21
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - New sunspot AR2846 is actually an old friend: AR2838, source of an X-flare earlier this month. Per tradition, the sunspot has been re-numbered
2021-07-19 - 2021-07-20
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - A fourth sunspot is about to emerge on the visible disk
2021-07-17 - 2021-07-19
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Three sunspots are crackling with minor B-class solar flares.
2021-07-16 - 2021-07-17
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspot AR2842 is stable and quiet as a new sunspot emerges on the southwestern edge of the solar disk
2021-07-14 - 2021-07-16
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspot AR2842 is stable and quiet. Solar flares are unlikely today.
2021-07-12 - 2021-07-14
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspots AR2841 and AR2842 have stable magnetic fields that pose little threat for strong solar flares.
2021-07-11 - 2021-07-12
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspot AR2841 is crackling with B-class solar flares.
2021-07-10 - 2021-07-11
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - New sunspot AR2841 is growing and may soon pose a threat for minor flares.
2021-07-02 - 2021-07-10
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Sunspot AR2835 has a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares
2021-06-26 - 2021-06-27
[+ntz] to: Discussion of WSPR protocol and HF/VHF Propagation - Field Day 2021 starts 1800z 26Jun21 and ends 2059z 27Jun21
2020-07-31 - 2021-06-26
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and propogation
2021-06-24 - 2021-06-25
[+ntz] Discussion of WSPR protocol and propogation - Being herd 15,230km away!
2020-07-22 - 2020-07-31
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