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21. June 2008

On the day the summer begins, the ES decided to return after 4 days of silence. Just as almost every opening before, the fun was only for a short time. At 16:12 G4RRA QSO'd EA8BPX. At 16.28 G4FUF QSO'd EA8BWY/P. At that time there was a thunderstorm over the Gulf of Biskaje. Also tropo was reported between Portugal and the Canarian Islands. Almost 30 min. later EA8BPX reported EA3BB/P via ES. Red lines are reported QSO's, blue lines are QSO's reported on CLX.



ES cloud map - 2008-06-21


G4RRA, Paul - IO80BS
Rig:
144: 4x10el 400W
ODX:
EA8BPX 2698KMS
Log:
21/06/2008 16:13 EA8BWY/P IL18UM 59 006 59 SSB 2683
21/06/2008 16:12 EA8BPX IL18SK 59 005 59 SSB 2698
Comment:
A very short opening no longer than 3 mins in total here,and these were the only stations worked,no others heard either