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LF: RE: NWC Jellyfish OT

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Subject: LF: RE: NWC Jellyfish OT
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Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2014 11:29:19 -0700
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Thanks, great image, valuable data and another remarkable example of Alaskan wildlife.


Related info from Markus and Paul also appreciated; methods and findings contributing to state of art.


73,  Jim AA5BW


From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Laurence KL7 L
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2014 10:38 AM
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Subject: LF: NWC Jellyfish OT
Thought Id share this shot of NWC Australia on 19.8kHz earlier today; it shows the stronger openings to NWC with the gains fairly well back (its strong), and set to show small changes in levels to capture the small  near 20Hz ripples as a result of the interference from long and short paths, when it opens up,  that Markus DF6NM has been discussing.
 It clearly shows the circa 0030Z  X1.3 Flare and its immediate affects. Very pretty in my view - Im going to frame it as its better than most of my Art (save the Bears and Mooses on the wall)
Thanks Markus - intriguing.
Laurence KL7L BP51IP
CAVU Lake ice still melting

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