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Re: Circular polarisation - was Re: [SatSignal] Re: TBS 5927

David and All, I've since found this interesting article comparing the merits between circular and linear polarisation. and in fact, seen that Inverto
David J Taylor
Oct 21
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18624

Re: Circular polarisation - was Re: [SatSignal] Re: TBS 5927

In a message dated 18/10/2017 20:30:39 GMT Summer Time, ... discussion, ... David and All, I've since found this interesting article comparing the merits
wonker3_2000
Oct 21
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18623

Re: [MSG-1] sahara dust

About 25 years I tried to obtain colour pictures from NOAA9 with the aid of a large HELL scanner and a Siemens page make up computer (into which I had
peter_marchese
Oct 16
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18622

Re: [MSG-1] sahara dust

In a message dated 16/10/2017 15:17:16 GMT Summer Time, ... Hello Guy, I've just got home and was about to post 'the same. The sun went red here in SW London
wonker3_2000
Oct 16
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18621

dust

Watching the interesting weather last week I was expecting to see significant levels of dust from North Africa over Europe. Has anyone managed to set up a Job
Moore, Robert
Oct 16
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18620

Re: global warming

This scenario hurricane interesting as in summer we would expect these high temps followed by severe storms !! Which the ingredients are there for possible
John Garrett
Oct 15
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18619

Storms

This scenario hurricane interesting as in summer we would expect these high temps followed by severe storms !! Which the ingredients are there for possible
John Garrett
Oct 15
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18618

Re: global warming

It seems to be heading for Shannon better tie your A380,s down Peter From: GEO-Subscribers@yahoogroups.com [mailto:GEO-Subscribers@yahoogroups.com] Sent: 15
Gino
Oct 15
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18617

Re: global warming

This naughty hurricane has changed course on my map nw Spain heading towards uk , still has eye , maybe my roof may come off !! John ... This naughty
John Garrett
Oct 15
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18616

Re: global warming

I think we should still keep an eye on this one sitting down just approaching Portugal west because it’s a bit of a naughty one !! Been sitting here for
John Garrett
Oct 14
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18615

Re: global warming

In a message dated 13/10/2017 22:46:53 GMT Summer Time, ... Alan, And, "Earlier on today a woman apparently rang the BBC and said she heard there was a
wonker3_2000
Oct 14
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18614

Re: global warming

One thing I wondered was how CO2 gets up in the atmosphere, I thought it was heavier than air. Cheers, Guy ... One thing I wondered was how CO2 gets up in the
Guy.Martin
Oct 14
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18613

Re: 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik.

Down here in the SE UK it is not un usual to have the same midday temperature at the summer solstice and the winter solstice From:
Gino
Oct 13
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18612

Re: 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik.

There’s no row at all, I’ve studied Weather since 1990 with proper professional equipment , and data and I can see any trend at all , when I wake up
John
Oct 13
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18611

Re: global warming

Normal for oct !! Pulse weather (JDGCleaning ) Sent from iphone
John
Oct 13
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