Short-Path Propagation from UKApril
Propagation ForecastBased on CW+100W to a dipole at 35ft, SSN 16.
For SSB look for 60-70%+ reliability(Rel.).
Propagation maps created with HamCAP
Tne Solar Wind Model below predicts the arrival times of coronal mass ejections (also known as CMEs). When you click on this graph, you can see the CME leaving the sun and approaching earth. The sun is the dot in the middle. Earth is the dot on the right. The colours you see swirling is the solar wind and particles headed toward earth that may produce auroras/bad HF conditions.