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Solar flares tonight nasa newa

Discussion in 'Announcements & Open Forum' started by Se7en, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. Se7en

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    Looks like the sun another a solar flare torwards earth. Expected to hit tonight.....

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  2. mackmobile43

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    I had excellent conditions in 11 meters and lost a output transistor which had nothing to do with the solar flares:w00t:
     
  3. Se7en

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    Yea there was a little bit of 11m skip lastnight.
    How did u burn a output transistor ?

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  4. Robb

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    Yup

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    It was an M9 class flare at that.
    Very potent.
     
  5. Se7en

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    CNN was talking about it this morning.

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  6. 6.0 Liter

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    Coax abuse???

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    :LOL::LOL:
     

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