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SEPTEMBER KICKS OFF AURORA SEASON:

MINOR GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH: Confidence is growing that a CME might graze Earth’s magnetic field on Sept. 17th, possibly sparking minor G1-class geomagnetic storms. The CME left the sun on Sept. 13th, propelled toward us by an exploding filament of magnetism. Tracking this CME has been tricky, because in coronagraph imagery it overlapped at least two other storm clouds. Confusion among simultaneous CMEs increased the uncertainty of the forecast. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.

STEVE IS IN THE AIR: Northern autumn is less than a week away. That means it’s time to be alert for STEVE. Spencer Dant caught the purple ribbon over Fox, Alaska, on Sept. 12th:

 

Reno QRP Slow speed net

 

Hi All;

RENO QRP SLOW SPEED CW NET

 

Date 1 September 2021

Time is 10:00 AM. The target frequency is 7.045 MHz if not in use, if busy search somewhere near that frequency.

 

Please include the following in your exchange.

NAME RST LOCATION RIG POWER ANTENNA.

Don’t forget what our goal is in the Slow Seed CW NET

First Practice sending and receiving CW.

Second Our chance to be on the air with our HAM friends and exchange some information. This should be an enjoyable time for all.

 

Additional comments are always welcome before I close the NET.

 

Take this time to report RST for other OP’s or anything else that comes to mind.

 

That’s it for now hope to hear you on the NET

73/72

Ed/WD7Y

RENO QRP GROUP

Next meeting 21 September

At Jack’s coffee shop

605 North Wells

QCWA MEET

Folks,

11 Sept 2021 @

11:00 AM

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Prosperity

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NVIS ANTENNAS

here is one example of a nvis antenna

For emergency Communications; a station should have at least one NVIS antenna.

Las Vegas ERC NETS

We host ERC Nets here in So NV as follows:

Saturday’s
8:30 am local 447.300 MHz analog 100.0 Hz CTCSS
8:45 am local 462.600 MHz pl 141.3 analog GMRS
9:00 am local 447.300 MHz DMR TG 8900 cc 15

Monday’s
9:00 pm local 447.300 MHz analog 100.0 Hz CTCSS
9:15 pm local 462.600 MHz pl 141.3 analog GMRS
9:30 pm local 447.300 MHz DMR TG 8900 cc 15

Thanks for pulling this together for all our benefit! 

Sincerely,

Blayne