Well that's what I meant... a "little" propagation but I can't say I enjoy
the bands much when it's easy to work everything all the time.

Of course none of us have control over propagation, just our stations.

Ryan, N2RJ

On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 1:59 PM, Ron Notarius W3WN <wn3...@verizon.net>wrote:

>
> That may well be Ryan, but a LITTLE propagation every now and then on the
> high bands is a good thing!  (Especially the 2nd full weekend in December)
>
> Personally, I just want to complete 12 meter DXCC (about 30 confirms to go)
> before the band dies out completely again!
>
> 73, ron w3wn
>
>
> On 06/15/11, Ryan Jairam<rjai...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Call me crazy but I liked it better when sunspots were sparse. You really
> appreciated when some of the higher bands opened up. When 15 opened up the
> bands went crazy!
>
> Ryan, N2RJ
>
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 9:39 AM, Zack Widup <w9sz.z...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>
>> Tweak up those low band antennas!
>>
>> 73, Zack W9SZ
>>
>>
>> On 6/15/11, Bill Hawkins <bhw...@hughes.net> wrote:
>> >
>> > I thought we just came out of that!
>> > Bill W5EC
>> >
>> > BREAKING - major AAS solar announcement: Sun's Fading Spots Signal Big
>> Drop
>> > in Solar Activity
>> > The American Astronomical Society meeting in Los Cruces, NM has just
>> made a
>> > major announcement on the state of the sun. Sunspots may be on the way
>> out
>> > and an extended solar minimum may be on the horizon.
>> >
>> > From Space.com reporting from the conference:
>> >
>> > Some unusual solar readings, including fading sunspots and weakening
>> > magnetic activity near the poles, could be indications that our sun is
>> > preparing to be less active in the coming years.
>> >
>> > The results of three separate studies seem to show that even as the
>> current
>> > sunspot cycle swells toward the solar maximum, the sun could be heading
>> into
>> > a more-dormant period, with activity during the next 11-year sunspot
>> cycle
>> > greatly reduced or even eliminated.
>> >
>> > Currently, the sun is in the midst of the period designated as Cycle 24
>> and
>> > is ramping up toward the cycle's period of maximum activity. However,
>> the
>> > recent findings indicate that the activity in the next 11-year solar
>> cycle,
>> > Cycle 25, could be greatly reduced. In fact, some scientists are
>> questioning
>> > whether this drop in activity could lead to a second Maunder Minimum,
>> which
>> > was a 70-year period from 1645 to 1715 when the sun showed virtually no
>> > sunspots.
>> >
>> >
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