This map of 2-July-2004 covers from 18:30z to 19:32z. This was a minor opening what only allowed a few QSO when a foEs rised over central-southern France.  You can also look at the other map covering from 12:35 to 14:35z 

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This map shows the evolution, size and MUF of the sporadic-E cloud that caused the opening on 144 MHz. and it is an estimation based on the information I have picked up here and there of QSO and reports of European stations. I don't claim it to be accurate but just an estimation that could help understand what happened that day.

Also please notice that sometimes you will see MUF rise very quickly.  This is because of the almost complete lack of data for frequencies between 51 and 144 MHz. that leads to shown MUF rising almost 90 MHz in one minute.  You should understand that this is not the usual behaviour of MUF, but the result of that lack of data.

| Other Sporadic-E maps | MUF forecast |


Logs received:

Squares worked by G8AZA (IO94TF) on 6 m.
Type of propagation: ES                 Mode: All mode
>From 02/05/2004 to 04/07/2004           Distance over: 0 Km.            Page: 1
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                                          DATA OF FIRST QSO
                        -----------------------------------------------------
LOCATOR QSOs  Conf.     CALLSIGN           DATE     TIME   LOCATOR  DISTANCE
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 JO94     1     1       SP2NBH          29/05/2004 18:32   JO94JI    1240
 JO7?    1     1       OK1CZ           29/05/2004 18:48   JO7?A    1148
 JN51     1     0       II?            19/06/2004 15:53   JN51XX    1636
 JN93     2     0       T99C            19/06/2004 15:55   JN93FW    1776
 JN44     1     0       IK4QJF/4        19/06/2004 15:57   JN44WL    1311
 JN85     1     0       9A5Y            19/06/2004 16:00   JN85PO    1580
 JN45     5     0       IW2HAJ          19/06/2004 16:02   JN45NO    1173
 JN65     6     0       II3T            19/06/2004 16:08   JN65VP    1387
 JN86     2     0       9A4K            19/06/2004 16:18   JN86FJ    1472
 JN66     1     0       S52G            19/06/2004 16:21   JN66VC    1349
 JN73     1     0       9A2ZH           19/06/2004 16:24   JN73RW    1617
 JN76     2     0       S57MTA          19/06/2004 16:35   JN76EF    1370
 KO2?    1     0       SP8PAI/8        20/06/2004 12:37   KO2?M    1698
 JM56     2     0       IH9ADN/I2       23/06/2004 12:45   JM56XT    2154
 IM98     2     0       EH5AX           23/06/2004 13:57   IM98BX    1699
 JN12     1     0       F5PSR/P/EA3     23/06/2004 14:00   JN12ND    1368
 JN77     1     0       OE6KDG          24/06/2004 14:39   JN77JF    1316
 JM67     1     0       IT9FXY          24/06/2004 15:05   JM67FT    2069
 JN81     1     0       IZ7FLS          26/06/2004 18:16   JN81IE    1922
 JN62     3     0       IZ6FZS          26/06/2004 18:20   JN62UO    1652
 JN8?    1     0       IK1MCJ          27/06/2004 09:08   JN8?J    2027
 JM?     1     0       EH5CLH          27/06/2004 09:12   JM?BR    1723
 IM57     1     0       CQ14HZE         27/06/2004 16:48   IM57NH    1989
 KN24     1     0       YO7AQF          27/06/2004 17:02   KN24KU    2082
 KN?     2     0       YU8?CG         27/06/2004 17:08   KN?      1877 +-
 JN53     1     0       IW5EFX          27/06/2004 19:43   JN53PH    1480
 JN16     1     0       F4EGZ           27/06/2004 19:57   JN16OM     893
 JN75     1     0       9A8?DE         27/06/2004 20:54   JN75XX    1476
 JN35     1     0       IW1CHX          28/06/2004 18:37   JN35TH    1144
 JN36     1     0       HB9ACA          28/06/2004 18:42   JN36LS     977
 JN26     1     0       F6FTC           28/06/2004 18:45   JN26CN     912
 JN37     1     0       HB9MFM          28/06/2004 19:01   JN37SD     964
 JO65     1     0       SM7FJE          04/07/2004 16:22   JO65       869 +-
 KM61     1     0       4Z4KX           04/07/2004 17:06   KM61JX    3596
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   34    51     2
BEST DISTANCE: 3596 Km. with 4Z4KX in KM61JX on 04/07/2004 at 17:06

You can help develop these maps!. After the openings, please send me your logs of 50, 70 and 144 MHz QSO via sporadic-E (Much preferably in ADIF format)


 
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