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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * M2.4 Solar Flare July 14 2017! Earth directed CME (Updated Daily)
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From Solen -


The geomagnetic field is expected to be quiet to major storm on November 14 due to CME effects and quiet to unsettled on November 15-16
' [link to www.solen.info]

Does anyone remember which CME this would be due to?

We had this One on the 11th [link to www.sidc.oma.be] could it be that dirty looking ripping Filament CME or was it another!?


 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

hi SC what do you know about meteor detection?
Cos the site i use is giving a really unusual signature, never seen it b4 what do you recon...

[link to www.meteorscan.com]

 Quoting: optimum judgment

Hello there OJ : )

NiNz and I went through this a few Weeks ago,The equipment picks up more than just Meteors,it will display most any Energy event(within certain parameters)within our Atmospheres - What you are looking at(that looks wild by the way!)is due to Tropospheric Conditions due to the Geo-storming recently...If you look next time we have a Geo-storm you will see the continuous Wave Signal that is presently displayed.

You can find out more about the site by going through the panels on the page and having a dig,here is what I snipped for you regarding 'Enhanced Tropospheric and Sporadic E-Propagation Conditions' -

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'Radio Propagation Experiments

Solar activity plays a major role in radio communications. We carry out experiments on various wavelengths examining the relationship between Solar activity and Radio Communications. In addition we also experiment with radio wave meteor scatter and sometimes communicate with other radio stations over thousands of miles using these reflected radio waves.

We utilise two main sites for ionospheric propagation testing and observations. The Observatory at Sidmouth and another site near Ventnor Radar Station on the Isle of Wight.

The meteor radar detection system is also useful for predicting VHF tropospheric propagation. Look for a continuous trace. The continuous wave carrier is received directly during enhanced tropospheric and sporadic-E propagation conditions
'. [link to www.meteorscan.com] .

Hope that helps you a bitsunhf
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