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June 21, 2020: The solar flare butterfly diagram at
shows how most early-cycle flares occur at high latitude on the sun,
so are less effective at earth. Watch solar images for mid-latitude,
earth-directed flares.

May 27, 2020: The winner of the 50th anniversary quiz is VK3QI, Peter

May 20, 2020: The ANZA DX Net has been operating for 50 years.

February 13, 2020: VK4LJ, John became SK.
Let us carry his legacy into the future.

July 16, 2019: SILO discussion of spotless days, flare Cycle 24-25 transition,
updated July 16, next update early October. Thanks WA6SZE.

July 2, 2019: Another, fleeting Cycle 25 flare,
appeared briefly in the mid latitude of southern solar hemisphere.
During the Cycle 24-25 transition, low and mid latitude flares may occur.

May, 2019: Solar flare cycle forecast, Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels:
Minimum occurs between July 2019 and September 2020.
The next peak 2024-26, similar to the last cycle

April 5, 2019: Solar Cycle 25 Prediction Panel expects
Cycle 24-25 minimum to occur mid 2019 to mid 2020
Cycle 25 is anticipated to peak 2023-2026, with a sunspot range of 95-130,
well below the average 140-220.

July 2018: RX off the side of a beam with a simple 20m magnetic loop,
inductively fed with a driven loop, tuned with simple tubular capacitor.
May be constructed of coax. Directional in the plane of the loop.
Hang from a tree, 1 or more loop diameters above ground.

June 18, 2018: Audio files of net operations
6 parts in chronological order, solar flux 74, sun spot number 24
Propagation improved as the net progressed

June 2017: Sunspot minimum forecast for 2019-2020.

January 2017: Listen to remote receivers over the internet

August 2015: Audio files of net operations

20 May 2015: 45th anniversary of the ANZA DX Net!

20 May 1970: VK3PA (VK4CPA), Percy (sk) opened the first ANZA DX Net!

Background image: Sunrise over the Philippine Sea