RSSGB2RS Propagation News

Propagation News – 19 October 2014

| October 17, 2014

Sunspot groups decayed and disappeared or rotated out of view and by the 12th only two groups remained visible. Since then new groups appeared but there are two sunspot groups about to rotate into view that are already producing M class solar flares. Solar activity was at very low levels on the 11th and the […]

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Propagation News – 12 October 2014

| October 10, 2014

Solar activity was low every day with only C class solar flares taking place until the 9th when early in the morning two M1 class solar flares took place within 15 minutes of each other. Another M1 class flare occurred several hours later. These flares had very little effect on propagation. Solar flux levels declined […]

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Propagation News – 5 October 2014

| October 3, 2014

Yet another week with large and threatening sunspot regions that failed to produce a number of large solar flare. Saying that, five M class solar flares took place. The largest solar flare was a M7 that occurred on the 2nd as a large sunspot group was rotating off the solar disc. Numerous C class solar […]

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Propagation News – 28 September 2014

| September 26, 2014

Numerous sunspot regions were visible everyday, some were large and complex, but for what ever reason failed to produce any significant solar flares. Saying that, a M2 class solar flare took place on the 23rd, otherwise solar activity was at low levels with only a small number of C class solar flares taking place everyday. […]

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Propagation News – 21 September 2014

| September 19, 2014

Solar activity was high at the beginning of the week, but more settled towards the end. There were numerous M class flares during the week. Conditions rose to moderate levels as sunspot region 2157 produced an M class flare on the 14th. The 90 day solar flux average on the 18th was 131, that’s up […]

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Propagation News – 14 September 2014

| September 12, 2014

On the 4th two large sunspot regions rotated into view and between them they produced numerous C class solar flares everyday and one M class solar flares on the 6th and the 9th and two on the 11th. On the 10th activity increased to high when a X1 class flare occurred, the first since the […]

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