[Ips-dhfpr] IPS Daily HF Prop Report - 03 October 07
rwc at ips.gov.au
Thu Oct 4 09:43:55 EST 2007
SUBJ: IPS DAILY HF PROPAGATION REPORT
ISSUED AT 03/2330Z OCTOBER 2007 BY IPS RADIO AND SPACE SERVICES
FROM THE AUSTRALIAN SPACE FORECAST CENTRE
AUSTRALIAN REGION SUMMARY AND FORECAST
1. SUMMARY (03 OCTOBER)
Date T index Conditions
03 Oct -10 Normal-fair
Equatorial PNG/Niue Region:
Depressed by 10% during local day,
Depressed by 30% during local night.
Northern Australian Region:
Depressed by 15%.
Southern Australian and New Zealand Region:
Depressed by 15%.
Antarctic Region (Casey/Scott Base/Davis/Mawson):
Depressed by 15% during local day,
Near predicted monthly values during local night
when trace visible on ionogram.
PCA Event : No event.
Predicted Monthly T index for October: 10
2. FORECAST (04 OCTOBER - 06 OCTOBER)
Date T index Conditions MUFs
04 Oct -10 Normal depressed 15 to 30%/near predicted
05 Oct 0 Normal depressed 10 to 20%/near predicted
06 Oct 0 Normal depressed 10 to 20%/near predicted
COMMENT: HF conditions were were most likely depressed due to
low ionisation of the ionosphere.
For an explanation of some of the terms in this report, goto
http://www.ips.gov.au, and follow links to Educational->
Glossary on Solar Terrestrial Terms.
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