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  • Sunspot070110

    07/02/2010 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Most stations reported not-so-great conditions for ARRL Field Day last weekend, but there were sporadic-E openings on 6 and 10 meters. Geomagnetic conditions were a bit rough, with the Planetary A index in double digits for both days, June 26-27. Conditio
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  • Eclipse4

    06/25/2010 | Lunar Eclipse Starts off ARRL Field Day

    This Saturday morning -- June 26 -- beginning around 1017 UTC, take a look up in sky. If you’re in the central and western portions of the US and Canada, you have a good chance of seeing a partial lunar eclipse. Unfortunately, people in New England and No
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  • 2010FieldDay

    06/22/2010 | W1AW Announces 2010 Field Day Bulletin Schedule

    Stations active during ARRL Field Day -- June 26-27 -- are eligible to receive 100 bonus points for copying the special Field Day bulletin transmitted by W1AW (or K6KPH on the West Coast) according to the schedule below. You must include an accurate copy
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  • fd2010

    06/21/2010 | It’s Not Too Late to Register Your Field Day Site

    ARRL Field Day -- Amateur Radio’s most popular on-the-air event -- is this weekend, June 26-27. Have you registered your Field Day site with the ARRL Field Day Locator Service? First introduced in 2008, the service -- an interactive map that helps amateur
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  • Sunspot061010

    06/11/2010 | The K7RA Solar Update

    With calmer solar activity, geomagnetic conditions were stable this week. The average daily sunspot numbers were down 7.6 points to 17.7, and the average daily solar flux dropped two points to 71. The average planetary A index declined 6.4 points to 7.9,
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  • 2010FieldDay

    06/09/2010 | Field Day Station Locator Service Returns for 2010

    First introduced in 2008, the ARRL’s Field Day Station Locator Service has proved a popular addition to the Field Day toolbox. This service -- an interactive map that helps amateurs or those interested in Amateur Radio find a Field Day site near them -- i
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  • TwitterT

    06/07/2010 | ARRL Using Twitter to Promote Field Day

    This year, the ARRL will be using Twitter to promote Field Day events. According to ARRL Media and Public Relations Manager Allen Pitts, W1AGP, more and more people, both young and old, are using social networking sites -- such as Twitter and Facebook --
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