Is The Sun Up To Its Old Tricks?
Sat Jan 22 16:20:08 EST 2005
Ya think the sun might be celebrating Michael Powell's departure from the
Dan Strassberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
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From: "Laurence Glavin" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2005 3:33 PM
Subject: Is The Sun Up To Its Old Tricks?
> For the past few mornings, WXKS-AM's signal has been receivable
> on route 93 well north of Medford, and I do believe that they
> adhere to technical requirements because you can set your watch
> by their pattern changes. And then yesterday (01/21), it seemed
> as though it was coming in fairly well after 4:30 pm, as was WEIM-AM's
> 1K signal. I began to think that skywave was being suppressed
> somewhat again, although not to the extent it was late last year.
> Then on MSNBC, there was a brief item about solar activity
> affecting the Earth, and yes, the sun has hiccupped again.
> More info is available at:
> It may be good night to check nighttime signals on AM that are hard
> to pick up otherwise.
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