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Re: (meteorobs) Leonids-2015

Well observing under poor conditions with a nearly full moon very high in the sky but otherwise crystal clear skies from about 9:30pm eastern time to 10:30pm
    Steven Kolins
    Nov 23, 2015
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    Re: (meteorobs) Early January Meteor Shower?

    David, I believe your shower was real but it was one of the many displays that appear unexpectedly and are rarely witnessed by more than a few people. I assume
    Robert Lunsford
    Nov 23, 2015
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    Re: (meteorobs) CHU info

    That is a good monitoring distance. Problem might be that at 14.670 MHz the ionosphere is still dense enough to support a signal through the night. For me, at
      Thomas Ashcraft
      Nov 23, 2015
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      (meteorobs) CHU info

      Hi Thomas: CHU station is located 15 km southwest of Ottawa at 45° 17' 47" N, 75° 45' 22" W. Halifax to Ottawa is equal to 594 miles which is equal to 956
        Michael Boschat
        Nov 23, 2015
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        Re: (meteorobs) WWV - 25 MHz- CW - will be a good radio scatter reso

        You are over 2000 miles from Colorado. Too far. Maybe your own Canadian transmitter would be useful but I don't know its properties and distance from you and
        Thomas Ashcraft
        Nov 23, 2015
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        Re: (meteorobs) WWV - 25 MHz- CW - will be a good radio scatter reso

        Hi: Well, I guess I am about 300 miles from Colorado being here in Halifax, Nova Scotia... I went to 10Mhz on CW mode but "heard" the tick tocks and voice.
        Michael Boschat
        Nov 23, 2015
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        Re: (meteorobs) Early January Meteor Shower?

        On Sun, 22 Nov 2015 13:51:42 +1100 ... You must remember that, too it is improbable, it's possible that an meteor observer can to see in a same night a certain
        Roberto Gorelli
        Nov 23, 2015
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        Re: (meteorobs) Leonids-2015

        If I read this right for the Eastern US Leo (and more specifically the radiant) will be narrowly below the eastern horizon. However that narrowly seems to
          Steven Kolins
          Nov 23, 2015
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          Re: (meteorobs) WWV - 25 MHz- CW - will be a good radio scatter reso

          Hi Thomas About 10 years ago, I performed some Meteor Scatter tests on 17 and 21 MHz , using broadcast transmitters. For your information, I got some
          Jean-L. RAULT
          Nov 22, 2015
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          (meteorobs) Happy New Year meteor showers

          Dear David, I';ve just completed reading your most interesting post. Unfortunat6ely I do not know of any radiant active on NEw Year's that produces rather
            David Levy
            Nov 22, 2015
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            (meteorobs) WWV - 25 MHz- CW - will be a good radio scatter resource

            Nov 22 20915 Further experimentation update This morning before dawn I switched from receiving WWV at 25 MHz from AM to CW. CW produces meteor reflections as
            Thomas Ashcraft
            Nov 22, 2015
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            (meteorobs) WWV at 25 MHz from Halifax

            Hi: Heard WWV on 25 MHz at 1501 UT fr 2 sec, then a minute later it came in again 1-2 sec then faded.. I think it was more atmospherics than meteors. Today
              Michael Boschat
              Nov 22, 2015
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              (meteorobs) Early January Meteor Shower?

              Dear all, I hope that someone on this list might be able to shed light on, what is for me, a long standing mystery! Once upon a time when I was young (January
                David Seargent
                Nov 21, 2015
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