13 Sep 2015

Sunspots and 10m - Sun Sept 13th 2015

Sunspot number is 87 today, which is quite respectable, and K=2 which suggests relatively undisturbed conditions. 10m propagation remains "poor" though. I think we can expect some F2 on 10m on a regular basis from now on. On 6m, we might see some Es if we are lucky but 6m F2 is unlikely, although more southerly stations might just catch some TEP.


Jan, OZ9QV said...

I seem to recall someone saying that a solar *flux* of about 100 for some days and low geomagnetic activity is *very likely* to produce 10m F2 propagation in the winter half of the year (Oct - Mar), so here's to hoping for more days of SFI abt 100 (or more).

Roger G3XBM said...

Solar flux is 98 today.