“Today, Chief Pilot EA5RM informs that VP8SGI team were running 6 stations at the same time. Paul, N6PSE describes South Georgia Is. as an amazing, very beautiful, windy and cold place. They are surrounded by Penguins and young Seal pups. Check their website for additional photos.
First Top Band QSO were not easy due CQWW Contest past night. Tonight they will be once again on 160 meters. Their phased verticals seem to work very well. Special effort will be done on Low Bands.
20SSB laptop was running out of time yesterday. Problem was located and they were working on this issue today.
N2OO, VP8STI manager, informs that any log inquires should be send to firstname.lastname@example.org . Non-log issues can continue to go to his regular email address.
Today is day 3 as VP8SGI and they will depart from South Georgia on February 8th
The Intrepid DX Group VP8 team send you their best wishes from Husvik Bay, South Georgia Islands.
An active region belonging to Cycle 25 will begin to turn into view off the northeast limb during the next 24 hours
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