Radios in use by me
The Geminid meteor shower peaked on Dec. 14th with more than 100 meteors per hour. Geminids are pieces of gravelly debris from rock comet 3200 Phaethon.
Only FT8 QSO’s, none CW contact.
A new square on 2m MS in log. Worked OY1R from IP61nv. Duration of attempt was over 2 hours. Thanks Regin for your patience.
All my QSO’s are now uploaded to eQSL.cc. From now is not any more possible to ask me for paper QSL. All QSO’s are on LoTW, eQSL and ClubLog sites accessible.
Earth is approaching a stream of debris from shattered comet 2003 EH1, source of the annual Quadrantid meteor shower. Forecasters expect the shower to peak at 14:30 UT on Sunday, Jan. 3rd. Date Time (UTC) Callsign Locator QRB (km) 02.01.2021 16:29 F6CIS IN94wl 1625 02.01.2021 16:59 F6EGD IN88it 1283 03.01.2021 11:08 OM3WC JN88ti 1260 03.01.2021 11:46
Predicted pick of the shower 13.12.2020 00:48Z, ZHR 120. It is debris from “rock comet” 3200 Phaethon flying out of the constelation Gemini. Date Callsign Locator QRB (km) No of ref’s/Mode 11.12.2020 S58P JN76id 1410 3 / MSK144 11.12.2020 F6CIS IN94wl 1626 6 / MSK144 11.12.2020 IK1EQE JN44et 1487 5 / FSK441 11.12.2020 IZ1GZA JN34vi
The IC-705 conected to 10 GHz transverter and checking stability when monitoring LB2SHF. The beacon is GPS synchronized and my transverter as well. Got the signal on exact QRG and no sign to drifting after 60 mins testing. Happy then!