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    12/06/2011 | New QuickStats Poll Now Available on ARRL Website

    Four new poll questions have just been published on the QuickStats page on the ARRL website. Let your voice be heard!
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    12/02/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Solar Cycle 24 continues its upturn. We have a new high for the trailing three month daily sunspot number average. Starting with the three month period ending in December 2010 and going through November 2011, they were 30.1, 35.3, 55.7, 72.3, 74.4, 65.9,
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    07/15/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The average daily sunspot numbers this week were up 57 percent over the previous seven days, rising from 41.6 to 65.6, while the average daily solar flux rose just 3 points to 89.1. There seem to be plenty of sunspots of late, but none have been large, an
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    05/03/2011 | The ARRL Ham Aid Fund Needs Your Help to Support Radio Communications in Alabama

    The ARRL’s Ham Aid Fund has been tapped to aid Amateur Radio operations in Alabama, following the wake of destructive killer tornadoes that ravaged the state last week. According to ARRL Chief Development Officer Mary Hobart, K1MMH, hams in Alabama have r
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    03/11/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Solar Cycle 24 continued its upward trend this week. The average daily sunspot number was more than double the value of the week before, rising from 50.9 to 114, while the average daily solar flux rose 44 percent, from 96.8 to 139.4. All this week through
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    03/05/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Solar activity is rising again, but the average sunspot numbers and solar flux are down, compared with last week. This week, the average daily sunspot number declined more than 14 points to 50.9, and the average daily solar flux was off 7 points to 96.8.
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    01/28/2011 | ARISSat-1 Blasts Off

    The new AMSAT ARISSat-1 satellite is on its way to the International Space Station
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