Friday, March 27, 2015

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Fri 27/03 at 16:14 UT

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 14:15 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Fri 27/03 at 14:15 UT

Saturday, March 21, 2015

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Sat 21/03 at 02:48 UT

Friday, March 20, 2015

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 23:25 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Fri 20/03 at 23:25utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 20 Mar 22:55 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Fri 20/03 at 22:55utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 22:46 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Fri 20/03 at 22:46 UT

Thursday, March 19, 2015

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Thu 19/03 at 16:49 UT

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 12:44 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Thu 19/03 at 12:44utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 19 Mar 12:14 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Thu 19/03 at 12:14utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 12:05 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Thu 19/03 at 12:05 UT

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Thu 19/03 at 05:23 UT

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 04:01 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Thu 19/03 at 04:01utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 19 Mar 03:30 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Thu 19/03 at 03:30utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 03:25 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Thu 19/03 at 03:25 UT

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Wed 18/03 at 18:22 UT

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 15:27 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Wed 18/03 at 15:27utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 18 Mar 14:56 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Wed 18/03 at 14:56utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 14:48 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Wed 18/03 at 14:48 UT

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Wed 18/03 at 08:32 UT

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

AURORA WARNING: Mid-Latitude aurora is now confirmed at mid-latitudes 21:08 UT

CONFIRMED AURORA IN PROGRESS: If you live north of 50 deg latitude in Europe (40 deg in N.America) and your sky is clear and dark, aurora may be visible now. Check the latest real-time radio-contact map for the alert areas: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert was issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Tue 17/03 at 21:08utc ##

AURORA WARNING: Mid-Latitude aurora is now confirmed at mid-latitudes 15:04 UT

CONFIRMED AURORA IN PROGRESS: If you live north of 50 deg latitude in Europe (40 deg in N.America) and your sky is clear and dark, aurora may be visible now. Check the latest real-time radio-contact map for the alert areas: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert was issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Tue 17/03 at 15:04utc ##

AURORA WARNING: Mid-Latitude aurora is now confirmed at mid-latitudes 14:25 UT

CONFIRMED AURORA IN PROGRESS: If you live north of 50 deg latitude in Europe (40 deg in N.America) and your sky is clear and dark, aurora may be visible now. Check the latest real-time radio-contact map for the alert areas: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert was issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Tue 17/03 at 14:25utc ##

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 13:51 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Tue 17/03 at 13:51utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 17 Mar 13:21 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Tue 17/03 at 13:21utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 13:06 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Tue 17/03 at 13:06 UT

The recent radio aurora seems to have ended. The last report was received more than 2 hours ago.

Aurora might still be visible, but no one is currently reporting it via amateur radio. The real-time radio contacts map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html See the most recent reports here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Sent on Tue 17/03 at 11:55 UT

Mid-latitude Aurora WARNIING status update 07:44 UT

UPDATE: This is an automatic update on the progress of the current aurora warning. The map was generated 30 minutes after the alert was issued. If it's blank the activity has subsided since the alert was issued. The latest real-time map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. You can see the radio contacts that triggered the alert here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. This alert is issued in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). ## This update was sent on Tue 17/03 at 07:44utc ##

Mid-Latitude AURORA WARNING at 17 Mar 07:14 UT #aurora

A possible Mid-Latitude aurora is in progress, based on amateur radio contact reports. Amateur VHF auroral contacts appear on the map as red lines, and the yellow arc shows the alert area. This map was generated at the start of the opening, a further update will be sent in 30 minutes. View the live map here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. Alerts are issued by G7IZU in conjunction with The DX Robot (http://www.gooddx.net), and G7RAUs Live MUF (http://g7rau.demon.co.uk). This alert was sent on Tue 17/03 at 07:14utc ##

High-latitude AURORA WARNING at 07:05 UT

The attached map shows yellow arcs where amateur radio operators were reporting contacts via aurora during the past 30 minutes. The live real-time AU map is here: http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio/au_map_eu.html. The most recent auroral radio contacts can be seen here: http://amunters.home.xs4all.nl/auroralog.htm. Alert sent on Tue 17/03 at 07:05 UT

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Strongest solar radio burst of this solar cycle recorded by Thomas Ashcraft (New Mexico) on 12th March #solar #aurora

 Listen to solar radio burst (opens in new window)



Via Spaceweather.com:

"For much of the week, space weather news has focused on how sunspot AR2297 is causing radio blackouts on Earth. On March 12th the sunspot did the opposite. It unleashed a shortwave radio burst. "It was super intense--one of the strongest bursts of the current solar cycle," reports amateur radio astronomer Thomas Ashcraft. Click on the image below to play a recording of the sounds he heard issuing from the loudspeaker of his radio telescope in rural New Mexico".

The current solar activity has so far failed to produce any major activity here on earth, Solar Weatherwoman +TamithaSkov is tonight suggesting that the current solar storm may be a fizzle:


PS: Happy Pi-day! 
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