A fast, far-sided halo CME was observed beginning at 04:36 UTC on 23 July in coronagraph imagery. The event originated from old Region 2665 (S06, L=111) which was responsible for two M-class flares during its rotation across the visible disk. The imagery above shows the event as seen from the NASA STEREO A spacecraft (left and right images) and the coronagraph on the NASA SOHO spacecraft (center). This CME is on the opposite side of the Sun and will not be geoeffective.
Hexbeam Finally and after many prayers and here the new Hexbeam with 40 meter band including 7 Bands! Note: The 40 meter band is not directional like the other bands, it is a folded dipole. Hexbeam Characteristics: • Increased vertical sepa... Read more
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